Banking co-operative Swift has announced that former Microsoft chairman and CEO Bill Gates will give the closing plenary address at the the annual Swift international banking and operations seminar, Sibos, in Boston.
Interactive Data Corporation, a leading provider of global pricing, fixed income evaluations, reference and corporate actions data, today announced a collaboration with Microsoft in support of today's most demanding requirements for servicing capital markets applications.
Up to 95% of the world's ATMs could be left wide open to hackers next month when Microsoft ends tech support for the Windows XP operating system, the PCI Security Standards Council is warning.
Underscoring its commitment to deliver information security excellence, FIS™ (NYSE: FIS), the world's largest provider of banking and payments technology, announces its selection by Microsoft as a partner in the fight against cybercrime. The global companies signed a partnership agreement today at Microsoft's Cybercrime Enforcement Summit in Redmond, Wash.
AnywhereCommerce, a global payments technology provider, announced it has joined the Microsoft Designed for Surface third party development program.
Today, at the National Retail Federation's Annual Convention, Vantiv, Inc. (NYSE: VNTV), a leading provider of payment processing services and related technology solutions for merchants and financial institutions of all sizes, and Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) announced an agreement to deliver a new range of solutions for mobile POS and cloud-connected payments that can help businesses maximize their customer reach at any scale, end-to-end.
The FIDO (Fast IDentity Online) Alliance, an industry consortium revolutionizing online authentication with the first standards-based specifications, today announced that Microsoft has joined the Alliance as a member of the Board of Directors.
United Arab Emirate-based bank Mashreq is filling a series of new 'E-Cube' branches with Microsoft 'interactive experience technologies'.
The Indian banking industry's reliance on Windows XP could put more than 34,000 branches at risk when Microsoft ends support for the operating system in April.
The Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council (FFIEC) has warned that plans by Microsoft to discontinue support for the XP operating system pose operational risks for banks that still use it.
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