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With its current 10-year outsourcing contract expiring soon, the bank wants to take more control of its assets. Its upgrades include moving to a tier 3 data center which will lay the foundation for private cloud and virtualization plans.
Bitcoin brothels are here. Birmingham, UK based escort agency Passion VIP now accepts payments in Bitcoin - making it the world's first.
The bank has released the first stage of a new online platform that is aimed at providing the same capabilities to customers, regardless of the device being used.
The National Australia Bank has launched Flik, a peer-to-peer payments app, that joins a space already inhabited by the Commonwealth Bank's Kaching and ANZ's goMoney apps.
In support of the government's planned default Internet porn filter, UK regulators will ask banks and creditors to cut off business with legal, foreign adult websites for not having "adequate" age checks.
Conglomerate Lippo's Multipolar is the latest to jump on the bandwagon. Indonesia now has to ensure synergies between telcos and banks, and watch out for anti-competitive behavior.
One in three people own a two-factor authentication device in Singapore and the majority have at least two, reveals a survey where respondents express concern about carrying too many of such devices.
The bank's new business management platform allows customers to open transaction accounts online.
Along with the news of its successful share placement, Mint Wireless announced on Friday morning that it will provide the Bank of New Zealand with a mobile payments system.
ANZ has re-signed SingTel and Optus Business to provide telecommunications and managed services to the bank.
Boston-based Paydiant makes a white-label mobile wallet. It now has millions more to do so.
Alcoa, Hewlett Packard and Bank of America will be dropped from the Dow Jones Industrial Average. Goldman Sachs, Visa and Nike will replace them.
While relatively few Africans have a bank account, companies are finding new ways to offer consumers bank-type services just using mobile devices.
Spain will be first country in the world to get to use Vodafone’s new contactless payment system, developed with Visa.
The Monetary Authority of Singapore has issued its Technology Risk Management Guidelines, which will expand beyond Internet banking and carry more legal weight and consequences.