The History of Time and Attendance

How has time and attendance changed? What are the pertinent laws with regards to monitoring time and attendance. The increase in remote working is blurring lines between home and worklife - make sure your business is protected and can prove your team's working hours.




Covid-19 seems to be flourishing in the cold, damp environments of Europe's meat processing plants. What can employers do to safeguard their workforces and ability to operate? Almas Industries' three-in-one solutions offer contactless access control, fever and mask detection, long term benefits of increased productivity while protecting your team from virus transmission.


With the demand for commercial property set to drop into an abyss as companies fail, or look to reduce overheads in the face or a stuttering economy, how do commercial landlords save their businesses? Should we all be embracing home working, or are management overlooking the benefits that office collaboration brings?

Corona virus Covid-19

With the worldwide impact of the Coronavirus pandemic multiplying exponentially, it seems very relevant to consider viruses, bacteria and transmission. What is the difference between a viral infection and a bacterial infection? What steps can we all take to stay healthy? And how can biometric readers help prevent the spread of disease? Almas is committed to supporting all of our customers during this period of uncertainly. Our readers are designed with safety in mind, and we believe that they are a practical solution which can help to prevent the spread of disease. Read on to find out more.

Biometrics fingerprints banking retail security

Using a PIN to unlock your phone, make a payment or enter a building are fast becoming a thing of the past. Biometric authentication is the future, and it is much more than just fingerprints. From maintaining your employees’ attendance records to combating the challenges of fraud, biometric recognition systems offer the highest level of security. Let’s review this unique system and what makes it so sought-after.

Technical support role Almas Industries

We are recruiting for a Technical Support role. Working as part of our central Customer Technical Support Hotline based in Crewe, you will have contact with UK and Irish customers via the phone on a daily basis.

Construction court case gravel litigation

A recent legal decision in a case within the construction sector in Australia has highlighted just how important time management is when running a construction site. White Constructions, a developer, bought a legal action against sewer designer, IWS in connection with the development of a 100-lot site in the Illawarra region of New South Wales. White Constructions lost the case because the paper-based site diary they used to track the movements of everyone on site was proved to be inadmissable as evidence of a delay. Read on to find out how using a biometric access control system could have prevently this costly court case from happening.


Biometrics are now a part of everyday life for most people. You may well own a mobile phone that you unlock using your fingerprint or use a smart speaker in your home which responds to voice commands. But have you ever thought about using biometrics in your business? In this article we look at the benefits that biometric access control systems have to offer child care businesses.

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Over the past decade, the UK security sector has witnessed a dramatic increase in the number of CCTV solutions that are being operated in an intelligent, proactive, way so that suspicious activity can be identified and tackled as it happens. There has also been more attention given to the carefully controlled application of CCTV within schools. Read on to find out how CCTV can be used to help schools change for the better.

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You probably use biometrics data every day without realising that it’s your unique genetic makeup that is enabling you to access your phone, clock-in for work, or authorise a financial payment. If you are a smartphone user – and there are an estimated 2.87 billion of these worldwide – it’s likely that you use your fingerprint or face to access your device. But have you ever stopped to question who holds your biometric data and how?