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Ed Danielesdaniel.com - Paris

How many Ts is that?

26 March 2009  |  4591 views  |  0  |  Recommends 0

Noting the news last night it's not a great time to be associated with banking and as such the professional community will seek solace amongst its members. So, during this period of kinship and support perhaps some managers will study how the renewed trust in peers and colleagues can be put to good use. Transparency creates trust, trust facilitates...

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József NyíriIND Group - Budapest

Be my - ATM-finder - eye, buddy!

23 March 2009  |  3890 views  |  2  |  Recommends 0

Wow, this is a very cutting-edge new innovation from ING Netherlands. My android cellphone shows me the available ATMs in my sight, by pointing the camera of the phone to any direction. ATM markers are added to the actual camera image, so I know which way to go. The concept of processing the real environment image and react somehow is there since ...

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Dean ProcterTransinteract - Sydney

The Next Big Thing - A Bank

19 March 2009  |  2841 views  |  0  |  Recommends 0

I've been known to make some outrageous predictions about such things as how many (few) global banks there would be in a few years (last year) and the boring sort of stuff, like there is no security o...

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Paul PenroseFinextra - London

What's the difference between Hbos and HSBC?

25 February 2009  |  5455 views  |  1  |  Recommends 0

What's the diference between Bank of America and Wells Fargo? Citibank and JPMorgan Chase? Royal Bank of Scotland and HSBC? Hbos and Barclays? From a consumer perspective, very little. They all offer ...

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Matt WhiteFinextra - Toronto

Intuit demands Mint proves user numbers

24 February 2009  |  3779 views  |  0  |  Recommends 1

As the recession bites, more and more of us are turning to personal finance management tools to keep control of dwindling funds. One of the big boy in the US is Intuit with its Quicken Online offerin...

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Ed Danielesdaniel.com - Paris

UK Banking Retail OPEN API

16 February 2009  |  4097 views  |  0  |  Recommends 0

This has been on my mind a lot recently, mainly out of frustration with using my bank's web sites as they don't support Firefox very well. More so, my bank and credit card providers especially are a ...

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József NyíriIND Group - Budapest

Facial recognition authentication in bank branches?

29 October 2008  |  5154 views  |  2  |  Recommends 0

As the facial biometric authentication is developing, I can foresee a scenario, when the face of the customers are scanned by a corner camera as they step into a bank branch. The authentication is don...

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Vijay Sankar C.GTata Consultancy Services - London

Bye Bye Cheque Truncation..

28 October 2008  |  5286 views  |  2  |  Recommends 2

It is interesting to note that after a little more than a decade, Canada has decided to stop investing and creating technologies and market infrastructure for cheque imaging to make the paper clearing...

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Paul PenroseFinextra - London

The contactless wristband

09 September 2008  |  4813 views  |  3  |  Recommends 0

Antony Jenkins, CEO of Barclaycard says contactless chips have huge untapped capability, but the plastic around the chip limits its potential. "Take the plastic away and the possibilities are end...

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Peter J CooperCooper Sydney - Sydney

Chrome performance sustainable? What about Android?

03 September 2008  |  4094 views  |  1  |  Recommends 1

Anyone who thinks chrome is a geek topic is missing the point. It is also not beta in the sense that people won't wait to use it in finance. The recent launch of Google's Chrome browser is nothing sho...

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