Category Archives: Banking Computers

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5 Ways Small Businesses Can Improve the Security of Their Point-of-Sale Systems

Many small businesses such as restaurants, bars, or even retailers, use Point-of-Sale (POS) systems to make the process of receiving payments from customers easier. Complete POS systems may include a computer along with a monitor, a cash drawer, a receipt printer, a credit card reader, and a mouse and a keyboard. They tend to be … Continue reading 5 Ways Small Businesses Can Improve the Security of Their Point-of-Sale Systems

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Industries That Rely On All–in–One Computers

All–in–one computers have emerged to become the device of choice for several professionals. In the past, computing devices were severely limited to bulky and unwieldy machines that operated at a snail’s pace. Now, the alternatives provided by all–in–one computing devices allow professionals to work with a great degree of expediency without having to compromise the … Continue reading Industries That Rely On All–in–One Computers

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The Features that Make All-In-One Computers the Superior Choice for Professionals

A lot of interest has swirled around all–in–one computers over recent years. Various advancements have come together to create a device that responds to the critical needs inherent in high–pressure professional environments. Some people may be a bit skeptical when it comes to the relative superiority that all–in–one computing devices possess as far as resolving … Continue reading The Features that Make All-In-One Computers the Superior Choice for Professionals

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How All-in-One PC Technology Is Fueling High-Tech Banking

Computers find their usage in banks for a plethora of reasons. Computers empower bank staff to perform their duties more efficiently. Computers enable bank personnel to track and record financial transactions to the minutest level of detail. They help process and store customer information. Had it not been for computers, banks would not have been … Continue reading How All-in-One PC Technology Is Fueling High-Tech Banking

The Role of Bank Tellers Today

With the advent of ATMs, many people predicted that bank teller jobs would disappear. Well, that hasn’t happened yet, mainly because tellers still provide valuable services to customers that an ATM or online banking just can’t handle. Examples include: preparing cashier’s checks, providing change for merchants, resolving issues with banking statements, advising customers on foreign … Continue reading The Role of Bank Tellers Today

Wall Street Journal reviews Cybernet’s ZPC-D5 keyboard PC

We have some exciting news. After announcing our newest keyboard PC, the ZPC-D5 last month, Cybernet received a request from the Wall Street Journal Technology News product review team to test out a ZPC-D5 keyboard PC for consumer use. The article was posted on July 8, 2011 in the online edition of the Wall Street … Continue reading Wall Street Journal reviews Cybernet’s ZPC-D5 keyboard PC

Credit Unions Keeping Up with Technology

A credit union is a financial institution owned by its members. Credit unions got their start in Europe in the mid-1800s, then spread to Canada, and finally made it to the United States in 1908 when the St. Mary’s Bank Credit Union of Manchester, New Hampshire opened its doors. Most commonly formed in rural areas … Continue reading Credit Unions Keeping Up with Technology

When Medicine and Banking Merge

Have you heard of Medical Banking? No, it’s not an ATM near your hospital bed (although it technically would be possible). “Medical Banking” refers to the integration of banking IT infrastructure with health care financial operations. It was a term coined by John Casillas who initiated the project in 2001 to identify areas of convergence … Continue reading When Medicine and Banking Merge