Posts Tagged ‘Gemalto’

NFC – Not For Commerce?

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Posted on 14th May 2013 by in Mobile

eBay Chief Executive John Donahoe recently claimed that NFC stands for “Not for Commerce”, when discussing Near Field Communication being used to turn cell phones into mobile wallets. At Mobile World Congress, Russell Buckley said something along the same lines. Apple has not yet backed the technology as many were expecting, but many of the […]

CARTES America 2013: Gemalto Answers Banks’ Pressing Questions on Payments, EMV, and Social Media

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Posted on 23rd Apr 2013 by in Enterprise Security

This week we’re joining our colleagues in the smart card and financial industries at CARTES America,  in Las Vegas.  CARTES is a great chance for us to listen and learn from our peers, and share some of our own experiences.  This year, we’ll be exhibiting some of our latest technologies at Booth 213, and presenting […]

How will the U.S. benefit from EMV migration? Look to Canada

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Posted on 28th Mar 2013 by in Corporate

As the U.S. continues its implementation of EMV chip cards, it’s lucky to be able to look to other countries that have adopted the technology for best practices, lessons learned, and future benefits. As a Gemalto employee based in the U.S., I’ve been eagerly watching to see how our neighbor to the north, Canada, is […]

MWC13: How not to build a mobile campaign

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Posted on 27th Feb 2013 by in Mobile

Day two and three at #MWC13 saw more big brands and emerging innovators take to the world stage, but among the hustle and bustle of the trade show, I had the pleasure of attending a conference on mobile marketing; you may have been there too? The title: How Not to Build a Mobile Campaign, certainly […]

The latest mobile marketing trends from MWC13 in Barcelona

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Posted on 27th Feb 2013 by in Mobile

Hola! Here we are in the heart of Mobile World Congress 2013. What we can observe so far is that innovation is in full swing fostering discoveries and development and it really seems endless. The mobile ecosystem is expanding at lightning speed, challenging everyone to adapt at the same pace. So as not to get […]

MWC 2013 – What can we do for you?

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Posted on 19th Feb 2013 by in M2M

It will surprise no one to learn that the rumour-mill is going into overdrive ahead of MWC 2013. The mobile world is expecting big releases from LG, Sony, HTC, Samsung and Nokia as well as RIM, or as it’s now known, BlackBerry. This year’s MWC is being hosted at a completely new venue offering double […]

Year End Wrap-Up: Our Favorite Digital Security Moments from 2012

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Posted on 24th Dec 2012 by in Corporate

Happy holidays!  By now you have likely bought the gifts, sent the cards, and decorated the house.  Before we know it, 2013 will be here.  But before we look ahead to the New Year, let’s take a moment to look back over 2012.  And what a year it was!  Looking over our blogs, 2012 was […]

Contactless Challenge Day 10: Winter Wonderland

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Posted on 29th Nov 2012 by in Mobile

After ten triumphant days of the Gemalto Contactless Challenge 2012, our bloggers can now enjoy a well-earned rest. Barcelona, despite being the spiritual home of Mobile World Congress for many years, didn’t quite offer Ewan the chance he needed to regain the lead he held in the early days of the challenge. Meanwhile, during day […]

Contactless Challenge Day 8: Integrating the old and the new

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Posted on 27th Nov 2012 by in Mobile

On the eighth day of the contactless challenge, the scores suggest that if you venture to London with an NFC-capable device, there are a variety of goods and services you will be able to pay for via contactless, if only at a selection of outlets. With Ewan now in Barcelona, will the GSMA’s favorite mobile […]

The Technology behind the Contactless Challenge

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Posted on 16th Nov 2012 by in Mobile

If you read my recent blog post about our forthcoming Contactless Challenge, you may wish to know more about the technology behind the payments that Ewan MacLeod and Jon Choo will be making in and around London in the coming weeks. I’ll admit, inspired by the latest James Bond film, I may have been a […]