In IT today, there's really no reason to contemplate deploying consumer-facing solutions that don't deliver 24/7/forever.
It's time to pause and celebrate 2014. In somewhat muted terms, perhaps, but we made it, and the ubiquitous corner ATM is still being well used.
At BAI Retail Delivery, FBI Special Agent Patrick Geahan described five types of cyber attacks and one mistake that can cost an organization millions.
The process of moving to EMV technology can seem overwhelming, but thorough planning, communication and coordination can help make the transition a success.
It might be because they don't have a clue where the money goes ... and nobody's taken the time to educate them.
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.
With more ATMs (118:100K) and plastic than anyone else on the continent, Brazil is a clear winner. But how does it rate internationally?
Some community financial institutions around the U.S. are looking to a new technology to steer customers to lower-cost delivery channels.
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.
As more countries bring real-time money movement to their consumers, it raises the question, is real time fast enough?