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Image 1 - NASA Tests New Smart Card Access To Google Apps
2011-12-12 07:00:37

NASA recently began a pilot using Google Apps, a suite of applications that brings services such as Gmail, Google Docs and other products together to help workers in today's business environment. NASA IT Labs, a part of the Office of the Chief Information Officer (CIO), sponsored the pilot to meet the growing demand from workers to access resources on any device. About 600 IT staff from 11 NASA centers and facilities are participating in the pilot, which offers cost savings by managing...

2011-07-13 07:00:00

MONETT, Mo., July 13, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Jack Henry & Associates, Inc. (Nasdaq: JKHY), a leading provider of computer systems and electronic payment solutions primarily for financial services organizations, today announced that its JHA Payment Processing Solutions(®) (PPS) division will offer Visa-branded EMV (Europay, MasterCard, and Visa) chip-and-signature cards to its credit union customers. These cards, which have gained wide acceptance outside the U.S.,...

2011-06-15 02:00:00

OAKBROOK TERRACE, Ill. and ZURICH, June 15, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- VASCO Data Security International, Inc. (Nasdaq: VDSI; www.vasco.com), a leading software security company specializing in strong authentication products, launches DIGIPASS 836, a smart card reader with an optical interface and replaceable batteries. With this optimized optical card reader VASCO increasingly meets the demand of banks for efficient solutions with minimal impact on the environment helping them to reduce their...


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