Seventy-three percent of consumers surveyed in the United States, France and Great Britain say that more stringent standards are required before they will trust the security of their credit card transactions.
Plagued with occurrences of phantom punching and lost employee cards, the La Jolla Beach & Tennis Club and the La Jolla Shores Hotel's needed a solution that would undeniably control time and attendance for its 450+ employees. That's when the use of biometrics came to their rescue.
The Lost Tree Club of North Palm Beach, FL has chosen ClubPay's payroll and HR management solutions to relieve much of the administrative burden on club staff, freeing them to focus on more member centric activities.
The fastest growing top ten payment processor in the U.S., has Class A certified Hypercom's high security Optimum T4210 and T4220 card payment terminals.
The new company will provide operators with a comprehensive suite of payment solutions and new service offerings such as prepaid programs, mobile commerce and more.
Loopholes in network security that enable hackers to steal sensitive information from local area networks through a wireless access point, seems to be a growing trend in hospitality data theft. Stop this trend in its tracks with these top wireless network security solution tips from the team at Fuddruckers.
Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen selects SecureConnect as its information security provider for its ability to provide enhanced services such as firewall security, 24x7x365 monitoring and support, VPN infrastructure, anti-virus, and more.
Kronos has chosen M2SYS to provide its customers with a desktop biometrics solution that seamlessly interfaces with its line of time and attendance applications.
Larkburger selects Envysion's managed video as a service, a solution that combines point of sale technology with video surveillance, to aid in its loss prevention efforts.
The FD-30 PIN pad supports cardholder-initiated, contactless, PIN-based debit and traditional magnetic stripe transactions.