Investing in managed network security to undertake some of the manual or repetitive tasks that face restaurateurs can increase efficiency, reduce staffing costs, and support business innovations. Here's how.
Point of sale terminals may be the brains of the POS, but the peripherals are the true workhorses, interacting with humans to collect and deliver essential transactional data. HT delivers a round-up of the latest PIN Pads, printers, scanners and more.
The 2009 Hospitality Law Seminar for the Eastern Region will host a "Hospitality IT Meets the Law: Focusing on PCI Compliance" track on June 1-2, in Baltimore, Maryland.
PAYware PC version 1.0.4 includes a number of new features such as added support for payment processing networks, updated certifications for Elavon and more.
The PCI Security Council expands its PIN Entry Device Security Requirements program to cover two new types of devices; unattended payment terminals and hardware security modules.
SpeedLine POS's EventStream SDK allows video security companies and other third-party solution providers open access to real-time data.
As the downturned economy continues and the the risk of identity theft grows, and so does the likelihood that hospitality companies will face major unplanned financial penalties for failing to safeguard consumers' information in the midst of the growing threat. Are you doing the most to protect your business? Here's how.
First Data class A certifies Ingenico's value-priced Aqua, a countertop terminal to enhance small merchants' electronic payment acceptance.
DRUXY'S plans to deploy Opterus' Store Ops-Center platform as its retail portal and communications platform in all 54 restaurants located across Canada in less than two weeks.
Vendor Safe's PCI Reporting Suite empowers ISOs and acquiring banks to better manage their portfolio's overall risk profile and monitor compliance.