How brightly do our systems shine today? How proudly do we stand beneath the overarching technology we rely on to compete in today's business world?
We all know about the $1 billion multibank ATM heist via malware. But if you're a retail IAD or ISO, there's an even scarier one you should definitely be aware of.
A technical infrastructure manager describes how end-to-end transaction monitoring helped his team pinpoint network issues that were costing the company money.
At the end of March, the HP enterprise group will announce the specifics of NonStop X, which will support Intel x86 architecture
A March 31 webinar will explain how one payment processor used end-to-end transaction visibility to extract greater returns from its network.
But with so many external forces at work — from regulators, networks, technology providers and consumers — the words take on a new meaning.
Robocoin's new (and free) software development kit gives ATM operators a 'margin-expanding opportunity,' CEO Jordan Kelley says.
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.