Bill Puts Spotlight Back On Data Theft
Several prominent U.S. Senators, including the leaders of the Commerce Committee, have introduced another bill that takes on the growing online menace of identity and data theft.
The Background-Check Challenge
Outsourcers protect themselves from identity theft by finding out all they can about employees, but gathering information can be challenging
Why Can’t We Be Friends?
The tagline of a recent newspaper ad for Providence, R.I.-based Citizens Bank asks, "Have we told you lately that we love you?" This is an ad touting certificates of deposit. Sorry, Citizens, yours is an unrequited love.
It’s All About Choice
Experian welcomes LowerMyBills.com to the fold, expanding its financial services offerings.
Speed to Market
Achieving speed to market can provide banks with a competitive advantage. But they need flexible technology infrastructures to achieve speed-to-market strategies, and launching products just for the sake of offering something new won't win banks new business.
Most Secondhand Hard Drives Still Have Data
Although more users are wiping clean hard drives before disposing of them, seven out of 10 disks examined still contain data that can be reconstructed, according to a study commissioned by O&O Software.
but its partners can. This is good news for several handset manufacturers and network operators.">
Qualcomm itself still may not import its own chips into the U.S., but its partners can. This is good news for several handset manufacturers and network operators.
Sun will try to meld networking computing and information life-cycle management to be more competitive with IBM and HP.
As banking technology and strategy evolve, ATMs can provide consumers with all the conveniences of branch banking.