Bankers on the frontlines of cyber defense

Today, firewalls, encryption, antivirus software and cloud providers are just as important to a bank’s security as armed guards, security cameras and steel vaults.

Could Apple or Google smash the banks?

Tech giants don't need to compete head-to-head with traditional banks and payment networks — they can simply innovate around them.

Why do consumers hate ATM fees so much?

It might be because they don't have a clue where the money goes ... and nobody's taken the time to educate them.

Dressing up for the occasion ...

There's no question that ATMs are getting dressed up. Whether it's in support of something temporary — a concert or other event — or an installation of a more permanent nature, ATMs can put on a show.

A look at the booming market of Bitcoin ATMs

An ATM Marketplace gallery of notable brands, photos and features from the rapidly expanding list of crypto-currency terminals.

The Walmartization of EMV

America's largest retailer will bulldoze the remaining barriers to EMV adoption, which might have ramifications at the ATM.

How does Brazil score in financial services?

With more ATMs (118:100K) and plastic than anyone else on the continent, Brazil is a clear winner. But how does it rate internationally?

5 criteria for effective case management

As fraudulent activity rises, so does the need for systems that can identify, isolate and interrupt it.

Video teller machines: The future of community banking?

Some community financial institutions around the U.S. are looking to a new technology to steer customers to lower-cost delivery channels.

Whack-a-Troll: Supreme Court beats Congress to the punch on patent reform

Patent troll suits will still pop up, but the ATM industry now has a better chance of beating them.

Going Granular: Seeing the ROI in ATM monitoring and transaction analytics

A pair of case study models can help ATM operators estimate the potential financial benefits to their business.

A very big roll of the dice ...

As HP moves to change the way we think about computers, it might be that ATMs will not change that much after all, but everything behind their façade will be barely recognizable.

Is real-time banking fast enough?

As more countries bring real-time money movement to their consumers, it raises the question, is real time fast enough?

'EMV BITES!'

You might agree with EMV detractors, but what really matters is that MasterCard and Visa have decided that it has value in combatting fraud at the ATM.

The rise of the ATM — self-service banking’s main touch point

How could the dinosaur that is ATM technology possibly survive — much less thrive — in a country full of tech-obsessed millenials? Convenience.

Interactive Banker and the branch of the future

NCR Interactive Banker joins the ranks of new ATM and self-service technologies that are reframing the image of the traditional bank branch.

Video teller machines: The future of community banking?

As financial institutions continue to shutter branches to cut costs, video tellers have emerged as a less expensive way for them to provide face-to-face services to customers.

Play it smart: Tips for your next ATM paper buy

It's not the hardest thing in the world, but buying the right ATM paper does take some know-how.

Cash: Reassuringly popular!

Cash is the "good news" payment method. Why? Well, at a simple level, because none of us ever complain that we have too much of it. On the other hand, I often hear people exclaim,"Not another one! I have a...

CFPB turns its attention to mobile financial services

The regulatory agency seeks to understand the impact of emerging technologies on the un- and underbanked.

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