• EMV has a long way to go

    EMV has a long way to go

    The looming October 2015 liability shift for mag-stripe cards used on EMV terminals, combined with recent media buzz regarding the U.S. payments industry's migration to EMV, is keeping this payment …
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  • The currency of infographics in the conversation about currency

    The currency of infographics in the conversation about currency

    As information and knowledge grow, it becomes increasingly difficult to convey concepts and opinions without some assistance. Re-enter the information graphic, which has been with us since Homo …
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  • 7 laptop security tips for travelers

    7 laptop security tips for travelers

    A laptop has become standard equipment for the business traveler. But the great convenience of having masses of information at your fingertips while on the road does come with a risk to proprietary …
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  • 3 irrefutable reasons why ISOs must up their game against fraud

    3 irrefutable reasons why ISOs must up their game against fraud

    Heartland, Target, Neiman Marcus; Congressional hearings, NRF vs. banks; liability shift deadlines, PCI, processing AIDs – it's enough to make your head spin. Largely missing from the …
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  • A 'Bit o' Coin' and a 'Look at me!' ATM

    A 'Bit o' Coin' and a 'Look at me!' ATM

    This past week I attended a dinner put on by a local investment company — from what I could tell, the audience was a small cross-section of Denver's one-percenters. As small talk continued …
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  • Currency developers have patent headaches, too

    Currency developers have patent headaches, too

    There are three intimidating words any developer of currency solutions can hear regarding a competitor's solution: "currency patent(s) pending." Today, every component of the currency cycle — …
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  • There’s more to branch transformation than ATM deposit automation

    There’s more to branch transformation than ATM deposit automation

    Facing today's consumer demands, financial institutions are becoming increasingly aware of the need to offer an omnichannel experience. Annual growth rates are up for mobile, online and ATM, while …
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  • FIs get creative with ATM advertising

    FIs get creative with ATM advertising

    Today, ATMs are so much more than cash withdrawal machines. The most sophisticated units are now full-service banking channels, offering significant potential for enhanced service delivery. ATMs are …
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  • It's time for my bank to reinvent how it helps me manage my money

    It's time for my bank to reinvent how it helps me manage my money

    It's all about data isn't it — big data, omnichannel data, and on it goes. But the truth of the matter is that there are some more pragmatic data solutions that would help us all. I just …
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  • Consumer education key to success of mobile

    Consumer education key to success of mobile

    Despite ever-increasing mobile payment options and more hands-on experience using them, some consumers are still not sold on the value of mobile transactions. According to a recent Harris Interactive …
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  • We are at war, and I'm cashing up!

    We are at war, and I'm cashing up!

    We are at war and I'm cashing up! I have been on the road this past month catching up with clients on the West Coast. However, it's been hard to miss the hoopla following the fraudulent attacks on …
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  • The case for converting ATMs to Windows CE - instead of Windows 7

    The case for converting ATMs to Windows CE - instead of Windows 7

    It seems like just a few years ago that ATM manufacturers and the banking industry had to migrate to Microsoft Windows XP software. This change was forced by the discontinuation of support for IBM's …
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  • Could mobile be the future for ATMs and FI brands?

    Could mobile be the future for ATMs and FI brands?

    You might have heard the buzz about mobile and cardless payments. Tech companies around the globe are touting mobile wallets, near field communications and other technologies as the "future of …
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  • Make the most of your debit card program

    Make the most of your debit card program

    A ruling on the U.S. Federal Reserve's appeal of the Leon decision that overturned the cap on debit interchange could take up to a year. While the majority of community financial institutions are …
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  • Reflections on ATMIA US 2014

    Reflections on ATMIA US 2014

    "Reinventing the ATM," the theme of this year's ATMIA US conference in Orlando, Fla., proved to be highly appropriate. ISOs and vendors this year spent a considerable amount of time at the show …
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  • Why multifactor authentication trumps knowledge-based authentication

    Why multifactor authentication trumps knowledge-based authentication

    First, what is knowledge-based authentication? KBA is an authentication method that asks the user to respond to at least one question whose correct answer only that user would know. There are two …
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  • Cash centers and the future of retailer cash recycling

    Cash centers and the future of retailer cash recycling

    I believe that the job of any consultant is to look at things with a fresh pair of eyes and to question the way that things are done today, and to think about the way things could done be tomorrow. …
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  • Coming up this month: ICCOS EMEA 2014

    Coming up this month: ICCOS EMEA 2014

    The Cash Cycle Seminar is just around the corner, taking place Feb. 24–26 in Istanbul, Turkey. This seminar is the EMEA currency event to attend, with more than 220 delegates from more than 95 …
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  • Gas pump skimming and ATMs

    Gas pump skimming and ATMs

    This month, the Manhattan District Attorney indicted four lead defendants on charges of skimming gas pumps to steal customer bank data, which was used steal and launder more than $2 million in cash …
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  • Why banks need to be in the mobile wallet business

    Why banks need to be in the mobile wallet business

    A recent Allied Market Research report indicates the global mobile wallet market is on target to reach $5.25 trillion in 2020, with a compound annual growth rate of 127 percent over the next seven …
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Level Four Software: Testing the ATM Industry
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