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The Australian arm of ING Direct used the experience of previous cloud builds to deploy their own private cloud environment, and the efficiency is already paying dividends.
Commonwealth Bank has promoted David Whiteing to the chief information officer role, replacing Michael Harte who is leaving the company to join Barclays Bank in London.
After seven years with Suncorp, Jeff Smith has called it quits to take up a senior role with IBM.
In partnership with Samsung Electronics Australia, Bendigo Bank has launched its retail POS payment solution that allows consumers to make payments at point of sale, but also to make a donation to a local charity.
Commonwealth Bank has launched its Small Business App to allow small businesses to accept different payments on-the-spot on any existing Android or iOS mobile device.
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After finding an operator manual online, two Winnipeg teens stumbled onto a case of unforgivably poor security operations by a bank.
Westpac and Virgin Australia have both entered strategic partnership agreements with Australia Post’s MyPost Digital Mailbox service.
Commonwealth Bank has proof that cardless ATM cash withdrawals are popular among consumers, now it's Westpac's turn to see the results with the launch of Westpac Emergency Cash.
Suncorp Bank aims to "future proof" its capabilities and services with its Ignite project that will see the overhaul of its entire core banking system.
DISH said it will begin accepting bitcoin payments by September through payment processor Coinbase. Bitcoins will be instantly converted into US dollars to avoid devaluation issues.
Singapore bank offers a mobile wallet, DBS PayLah, which can be downloaded as an app and allows the bank's customers to send and receive funds via their devices.
Commonwealth Bank's chief information officer Michael Harte reflects on how technology has helped the bank achieve an empathetic, intimate, and trustworthy relationship with its customers.
Businesses are looking to save costs, while increase efficiency by moving data into the cloud, but they don't necessarily have a complete understanding of the cloud before they make that decision.
A network of cash machines in the country will see bank users able to withdraw money using just their fingers.