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Cancer hospital employees better not go where they don't belong

October 29, 2013Amy Canfield

BOSTON—An upgrade of its access control system has enabled the Dana Farber Cancer Institute here to introduce Wi-Fi locks without building a new system to manage them, has provided more information about cardholders and provides automatic reports.That's all without making a huge dent in the renowned hospital's security budget.The new Wi-Fi locks did not require “a new computer in a room for someone to look at,” said DFCI manager of security services Ralph Nerette.Typically, integrating...

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