Posts Tagged: payments

Security & The Short Road To Legacy Systems

“Information security means working with how things are, rather than how you want them to be.”     We’ve all heard the apocryphal tale about the lost traveler asking for directions in a remote country village. You know the one: our traveler is hopelessly lost, the streets are empty. Just as his frustration seems complete, an elderly… Read more »

Payment Cards are Dead. Long Live Payment Cards.

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Any payment technology analyst will tell you that the payments market has exploded over the last few years. An explosion sounds great, but it also suggest fragmentation. Which is another way of saying that the customer has a confusing array of choices. Not that confusion is anything new. Everyone has, at some point, fumbled through a stack… Read more »