Amazon is taking its palm-scanning technology, originally designed for grocery stores, into the corporate realm with Amazon One Enterprise. This version allows employees to use their palms as an authentication tool for office access and sensitive information. Companies like IHG Hotels & Resorts and Boon Edam have already signed up. Amazon touts the service as a cost-effective and secure alternative to traditional authentication methods. Privacy concerns have been raised, but Amazon insists on the privacy of palm recognition. This move mirrors Amazon’s strategy of adapting existing technologies, as seen with Astro for Business, a business-oriented version of its household robot.