World population is predicted to hit 9 billion by the year 2050, and those next 2 billion people will be urban dwellers. Managing the cities of tomorrow will require doing a better job at providing housing, transportation and energy, and doing so in a sustainable way.
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Posted on 13th Oct 2011 by Ken Abbott in Corporate
Video interview with Jack Jania, SVP Secure Transactions in North America, discussing the push and pull factors which now guarantee EMV adoption in the US.
Posted on 12th Sep 2011 by Ken Abbott in Corporate
India’s national ID scheme strives to build social inclusion at a time when economic inequalities are growing around the world.
Posted on 8th Aug 2011 by Ken Abbott in Corporate
Alain Martin explains how instant card issuance, custom or personal photos on bank cards and PIN services over mobile phones add up to happier customers and better loyalty.
Posted on 17th Jun 2011 by Ken Abbott in Corporate
[Video] Xavier Larduinat explains how the A.T. Kearney award recognizes more than just one bright idea for a product.
Posted on 20th Apr 2011 by Ken Abbott in Corporate
Probably not, but two major US banks announce EMV products for their customers who frequently travel abroad.
Posted on 29th Mar 2011 by Ken Abbott in Corporate
Wow! Our first time at Cartes in Asia and we won an award!
Posted on 16th Feb 2011 by Ken Abbott in Telecom
Get high-speed WiFi data rates, wherever you are. Your MNO will handle the access rights and billing for you. It might even make Neelie Kroes happy (well, let’s not exagerate).