Pivot3® ensures video evidence is admissible in court to reduce crime.
Just as it’s hard to imagine banking without ATMs, computer users eventually will look back and wonder how they ever got by without smartphones or tablets. Network-connected smartphones, notebooks and tablets, according to analysts, will reach 15 billion worldwide by 2015 — more than double the planet’s projected population. Mobile phones in 2013 will surpass PCs in connecting to the Internet, analysts predict. As of 2012, the number of smartphones in use worldwide had passed 1 billion.
How MSPs can achieve faster returns on investment, raise overall service quality and reduce development costs.
Charitable Partnering in the Payment Industry Done Right! It’s everywhere we look these days, the poster supporting this charitable cause or the other. There are so many programs but they are not all created equal.
Payment card industry liabilities can be significant and present potential losses for both merchants and resellers. Having been involved with numerous “alleged” breaches I have seen firsthand the anguish and costs to both merchants and resellers. It is these two participants in the payment processing chain that have the least protection under the required agreements among card issuers, banks, payment processors, equipment suppliers, resellers and merchants.
Big Data is very much a hot topic right now. There doesn’t seem to be a day that goes by when we’re not being spoken to, about, or at on the subject. With this in mind, I wanted to conduct a swift survey to see how seriously organizations are taking the threat of data breaches in relation to big data.
With this increase in debit card payments, it is important for financial institutions to implement a business model that differentiates them from the competition. Customer retention and satisfaction are top priorities driving all financial institutions to stay “cutting-edge” and continue to advance their portfolio of products and services.
From smartphones to tablets, mobile devices in the workplace are here to stay. While they bring added freedom to employees, they also create an additional security risk for your clients.
Rapid advances in biometric identification technology will eliminate the need for paper and electronic credentials, to the benefit of corporate time and attendance, workforce management, and security efforts.
This OPEX case study takes a look at First National Bank of Omaha (FNBO), an organization that processes a high volume of transactions for its customers and made the decision to invest in technology that could help automate its operations and reduce manual labor costs.