Change or get left behind: 3 keys to branch reinvention

The concept of branch reinvention can easily be oversimplified into moving transactions online and using fewer branches to focus on sales. But there's much more to it than that.

Plan now for the end of Windows 7

Support for Windows 7 ends in 2020; ATM deployers should start planning now to ensure an orderly, cost-effective migration to the next OS.

How an ATM processor mined transaction data to increase profitability

A March 31 webinar will explain how one payment processor used end-to-end transaction visibility to extract greater returns from its network.

How does Apple Pay lead to more fraud?

Crooks have been using a surprisingly low tech tactic to worm their way around Apple Pay's tokenization and biometric safeguards.

How to attract accounts (and keep them) with mobile card services

In a mobile banking world, the place to be is top-of-wallet. A March 26 webinar will share insights on how to get there — and stay there.

Five major misconceptions about cryptocurrencies

People who work with cryptocurrencies on a daily basis help us sort out a few of the most common misunderstandings about it.

For retail bankers, the song remains the same ...

But with so many external forces at work — from regulators, networks, technology providers and consumers — the words take on a new meaning.

Serving the user, securing the ATM: A delicate balance

Is it really possible to harden an ATM against skimming attacks while ensuring a first-rate user experience? TMD Security answers 'yes.'

Tellers, toil and technology

Innovative technology — such as that now being introduced in ATMs — is displacing workers to new jobs rather than replacing them entirely.

Cutting-edge ATMs are cutting costs at the branch

Adding more teller-like functions at the ATM has allowed FIs to meet the needs of more customers while reducing branch operating costs.

The Feb. Five: ATM news that rated with readers

A new thin client system from NCR offers a solution to the plague of ATM 'cash-out' or 'jackpotting.' Meanwhile bitcoin is sorting out a plague of terrorists using it as a funding source.

ATM card skimming in 2015: Crime waves, countermeasures and case studies

A free March 12 webinar will investigate trending ATM skimming methods, new anti-skimming safeguards, and strategies major FIs have used to foil thieves.

New coalition to develop wireless ATM standards

The alliance aims to facilitate a strong, secure transaction environment without resting significant security compliance responsibility on ATM operators.

Bitcoin and cash: 'Like peanut butter and jelly'

Robocoin's new (and free) software development kit gives ATM operators a 'margin-expanding opportunity,' CEO Jordan Kelley says.

Could you root out a rootkit?

The stealthiest of all malware, a rootkit can go undetected for years — all the while stealing data from your computer system.

USPS pushes 'collaboration' with FIs

A Pew study showed that most consumers are indifferent to the idea, but 64 percent of those in the target market (i.e., the un- and underbanked) favor it.

Doing it by the numbers …

At this year's ATMIA conference and expo, numbers were in record-setting territory, the most important being the 1,100 registered attendees who showed up.

In a new video, real-life stories underscore the importance of cash

The animated short from ATMIA tells 10 true (and embarrassing and heartwarming and cautionary) tales about times when cash saved the day — or would have.

ATM fee placard lawsuits and the 'substantive' right to save time

The Reg E rollback scrapped a federal requirement for redundant fee notices at ATMs, but the letter of the law still trumps logic in pre-repeal lawsuits.

Kalpana: A 'magic bullet' for the ATM industry?

NCR aims to maximize ATM security and minimize ATM cost of ownership with a bold new Android-based thin client operating system.

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