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Thank you to those of you who visited with us at ISC West last week. It was great to meet many of you on the forefront of the constantly changing security industry. We know by now that for banking and financial organizations to identify security threats and vulnerabilities, mitigate risk, ensure ...
Reacting after the fact to an unforeseen security event used to be the only option for bank officials. But now, as financial organizations are facing a new risk paradigm that encompasses both cyber and physical threats, the level of intelligence needed to be fully prepared has increased ...
2017 clearly demonstrated the need for increased safety, security and collaboration throughout all components of an organization. Because of the numerous security-related events that occurred, we saw an overall trend of end users moving from simply reacting to proactively trying to identify the ...
The bank branch remains a critical delivery point for the provision of financial services to both retail consumers and small business. But over the years, the value of the branch has shifted from being a transaction site to an advisory location. Banks are looking for the right balance of ...
I don’t think I’ll surprise anyone by saying that, as an industry, we sometimes tend to get a bit ahead of ourselves. Vendors try to offer products to a market that’s not ready for them, and buyers may postpone purchases of solutions today in favor of waiting for technologies and products that are ...
Engage APAC Customer and Partner Conference 2017 September 6-7; Melbourne, Australia Verint will gather attendees from all over the Asia Pacific region and around the world for this event to highlight customer success, solution innovation, customer experience (CX) insights and best practices for ...
In parts one, two and three of this blog series, we looked at the background of Smart City initiatives, how sensors and other devices can make life better for us all, and the role that citizens and employees—humans, in other words—have to play in making our cities smarter.  In this final part, I’ll ...
In part 1 and part 2 of this blog series, we looked at the background of Smart City initiatives and discussed how combining the networks of sensors and other devices—and particularly the data they generate—can give us powerful and unexpected insights into how to make life better for citizens around ...
In part one of this blog series we asked if now is the time for departments and agencies, who may have been pursuing their own intelligent service projects, to come back together to achieve the 1 + 1 = 3 effect of collective action? After all, street lamps that report themselves when they fail are ...
We’ve been talking about the rise in Smart Cities for, well, it seems like forever.
When was the last time you actually walked into your bank or even spoke to a bank representative? For many of us, these activities are now rare occurrences. When was the last time you had a travel agent book a trip for you? It has probably been quite a while, since many people now prefer to ...

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