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All America Bank

Our Mobile Banking application allows you to check balances, transfer funds, view transactions and check messages from anywhere, anytime....

January 17, 2015 By All America Bank

ANZ: Apple the place to be for security

After quietly slipping a new mobile banking application into the iTunes App Store on Friday, ANZ's group general manager for innovation, Peter Dalton, said that its banking applications work better on the iPhone due to Apple's stringent application screening process.

September 1, 2010 by

Bank of the Wichitas

Our Mobile Banking application allows you to check balances, transfer funds, view transactions and check messages from anywhere, anytime....

January 17, 2015 By Bank of the Wichitas

Android apps pulled for trademark infringement

Applications on the Android marketplace were pulled because they infringed banks' trademarks, Google has said.A number of security websites reported earlier in the week that a mobile application developed for use on Android handsets and offered for sale in the Android Marketplace could have been a banking Trojan.

January 14, 2010 by

Apps make mobile banking cool; Banks working on security perceptions

The popularity of mobile applications for the Blackberry, iPhone and others has given new life to the concept of mobile banking - and the banks out there are pushing their customers to give it a try.Mintel Comperemedia, a service that provides direct marketing competitive intelligence, said today that the phrase "mobile banking" appeared in direct mail offers from banks twice as often as it did in the first half of 2008, according to research.

August 31, 2009 by

Anti Snoop

Ever had someone snoop or spy on your phone? Did you wonder what they looked at? Maybe you have an insecure partner who reads your...

January 11, 2015 By Stikky Apps

Developers at fault? SQL Injection attacks lead to wide-spread compromise of IIS servers

There's been a lot of noise and violent thrashing over the last couple days regarding a flaw that was originally believed to be a flaw in Microsoft's IIS (Internet Information Server), but has since been pointed out as simply a well thought out SQL Injection attack. For those of you who aren't familiar with SQL Injection attacks, it's a pretty well known web application attack vector that exists in high volume on dynamic applications, say for instance, on your banking site.

April 28, 2008 by

16% of mobile phone owners use mobile banking

Some 16% of mobile phone subscribers already use mobile banking services, and 60% of them use the services at least once a week, the study found, according to Harris Interactive study. Consumers not currently banking or buying on-the-go expressed interest in having such applications on their mobile phones: checking bank account balances/transfer funds (35% selected [...]

March 27, 2008

Akamai counters commoditization fears by extending WAN acceleration to business, communications applications

Such additional services that help sellers join and innovate with buyers via the mobile and Internet networks is what Akamai is banking on to elevate its value from perceived bit pipe accelerator to commerce and entertainment value-added partner. The same types of services when brought to the enterprise could allow workers to buy and use business services on an as-needed basis -- or, to gain free or low-cost applications and services when paired with relevant and useful advertising or trial services.

October 8, 2007 by

The moleculator gets a keypad lock

For your information, a moleculator is simply a molecular scale calculator, or a molecular system which can perform logic and arithmetic operations. Now, LiveScience reports in a brief article that chemists at the Weizmann Institute of Science in Israel have developed a molecule-size keypad lock. This lock is based on a concept similar to the familiar ATM banking machines. But in theory, it could accept lots of different inputs -- or passwords. So the researchers think that this molecular keypad lock could be used for many applications, including saving our secret information.

December 31, 2007 by

Oracle eyes vertical warfare; search gains

Oracle CEO Larry Ellison is banking on two things for the future growth in the company's applications business: Winning battles among various verticals such as retail and telecom billing and betting heavily on search. Oracle, which reported second quarter earnings earlier today, projected third quarter results in line with current expectations of earnings of 22 cents a share on sales of $4.

December 18, 2006 by

Intuit cooks up its own halo effect

Let's ponder some of the recent events surrounding Intuit, maker of QuickBooks--the de facto ERP system for small enterprises. --Today: Intuit acquires Digital Insight, an on-demand applications provider for the banking industry, for $1.

November 30, 2006 by

Hosted CRM apps gain favor has landed two new customers for its customer-relationship management applications. The company plans to announce Monday that it's hosting and maintaining CRM software for Garrett Aviation, a subsidiary of General Electric. In a separate deal, a division of investment banking company Daiwa Securities SMBC Europe is using the hosted applications, which claims are less expensive and easier to install than those offered by Oracle, PeopleSoft, SAP and Siebel Systems. CRM software is intended to streamline customer service, simplify marketing and sales efforts, and help companies find new customers and generate more revenue from existing customers. However, recent reports from analyst firms such as Gartner and Merrill Lynch indicate that many CRM projects fail to deliver anticipated savings and business advantages. --Alorie Gilbert, Special to ZDNet News

May 20, 2002 by

Macromedia opens Flash source code

Software developer Macromedia has made available its Flash Player 5 source code SDK to enable device makers to integrate the player into consumer electronics devices such as mobile phones and PDAs. San Francisco-based Macromedia said developers will be able to deliver graphics as well as provide consumers with interactive content, such as city maps, mobile online banking, real-time financial information and remote e-mail access. In September, Liberate Technologies integrated Macromedia's Flash Player into its interactive TV software. Liberate said the streaming media company's player will enable developers to create applications and graphics for interactive TV on its software.

November 1, 2001 by

Sierra makes its debut in Malaysia

Kuala Lumpur, Jan 26 -- PK Technology, Hewlett-Packard's key reseller for the banking industry, has introduced in Malaysia a mission-critical solution that will directly contribute to the bottom line of financial institutions.Following a strategic partnership with FNX, a US developer of financial software applications, PK Technology will market and support FNX's flagship product called Sierra System in Malaysia, Indonesia and the Philippines.

July 28, 2000

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