Nike, Apple and Samsung are amongst Generation mBanking’s top brands, with all 3 providing an impeccable mobile offering. We explore what banks can learn from them.
Posts Tagged ‘Apple’
Three things banks can learn about providing a quality mobile service from youth favorites: Nike, Apple and Samsung0
Posted on 20th Mar 2015 by Arta Sylejmani in Financial Services
Posted on 18th Feb 2015 by Rémi de Fouchier in Mobile
To help understand how Mobile Network Operators view the connected consumer electronics market we’ve sponsored the “on demand subscription management” study from Ernst & Young. Here are the key findings…
Posted on 29th Jan 2015 by Dominique Brulé in Mobile
We look at how the Trusted Services Hub can bridge the fragmentation endemic in mobile payments and accelerate deployments and consumer acceptance of the new services
Posted on 5th Jan 2015 by Jennifer Dean in
A look back at some of 2014’s biggest enterprise security stories, and what we’ve learned from them
Posted on 23rd Dec 2014 by Bernd Eckenfels in M2M
After spotting a great post from the Wireless Noodle covering a few IoT highlights from this Christmas season, we’ve decided to put together our own IoT Christmas wish list.
Posted on 14th Nov 2014 by Jennifer Dean in Enterprise Security
Home Depot dealt with its data breach by switching operating system but upon closer inspection it would perhaps have been better to invest in strong authentication technology and staff training.
Posted on 14th Nov 2014 by Dominique Brulé in Mobile
Hybrid security frameworks for NFC payment services.
Posted on 13th Nov 2014 by Dominique Brulé in Financial Services
Apple Pay has the potential to accelerate mobile payments but it needs to go beyond payment convenience in building a compelling proposition for retailers.
Apple SIM opens new cellular connectivity potential to tablets – bringing both opportunity and challenges to MNOs0
Posted on 23rd Oct 2014 by Rémi de Fouchier in Mobile
The new ‘Apple SIM’ brings a simpler experience for tablet users the world over, and delivers opportunities for new revenue streams to mobile network operators. But MNOs will need to get to grips with a whole new model for subscription management …
Posted on 26th Sep 2014 by Brittany Jedrzejewski in Enterprise Security
As the leader of a company, the CEO has access to the most private, valuable information from corporate strategy and financial results to sensitive employee data. Few will argue with the fact that the CEO is someone who needs advanced security.