Merchants need to be aware of what is going to happen in the payments industry if they want to keep their customers happy and stay compliant with all security measures.
Month: September 2013
With a cloud-based POS system, merchants are able to keep all sales and inventory information in a singular location.
A recent article from Manila Standard Today examined how crafting retail security systems has changed and become more complex.
Last week Apple launched the iPhone 5s, which features a fingerprint scanner for improved security when it comes to unlocking the device or authorizing payments. This immediately turned it into a target for all the hackers and security experts.
One of the biggest misconceptions a small business can have is believing it is too small to be noticed by cyber criminals.
According to a recent article from Naked Security, for the low, low price of $3,000, the bad guys can get their hands on a working bundle kit that included a rigged card reader that transmits card information and access to hacked POS software that dumps PINs.
A recent Business 2 Community article examined how using POS software can help any organization run more effectively.
A recent article from small business blog Street Fight examined the different ways that a cloud-based POS system can help companies improve their operations.
A recent article from Business 2 Community examined the reasons why companies need to consider upgrading to an electronic POS system that is powered by a strong software solution.
Installing an EMV system can be complicated and costly for merchants because it involves integrating POS software and hardware, as well as testing and certification procedures. The article points out that the cloud could be the answer.