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Contis obtains Lithuanian e-money licence

Second European licence builds upon Contis’ long-standing footprint in the region and enables Contis to leverage its comprehensive SPayments Association offering throughout Europe LONDON, 29th July 2019 – Contis, the

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W2 holds its first Simplithon

The concept of a hackathon is simple – anyone can participate; developer, analyst, technical architect, project manager etc. Hackathons are about creating a new system / idea / solution in

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W2 – Three really is the magic number

Most modern organizations operate in a state of constant competition. In order to maintain your market position, business continuity and high availability of your organization’s products, goods or services is

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W2 – ISO 27001 stage 1 audit tips

Sitting through the Stage 1 of a ISO 27001 certification audit is pretty daunting; even as a seasoned Information Security Management (ISM) professional. Although often referred to as a ‘documentation

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The W2 warriors did it!

The team made up of different departments came together to raise money for the Adult CP Hub – a small charity founded to represent the needs of adults living with Cerebral Palsy

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W2 – One API to rule them all

Very few companies today run projects or applications that don’t utilise an Application Programming Interface (API) for the creation of new or value-added services based on the underlying software technologies.

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AEVI releases white paper for acquirers

As payments become predominantly digital, merchants are under pressure to provide consumers with quick and painless transactions at the point of sale. Those merchants need a flexible and speedy platform

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NatWest trials Google voice tech

NatWest customers will be able to check their bank balance and transactions through the Google Assistant feature on their smart speakers or smartphones using just their voices, as part of

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Entersekt – Friction: Friend or Foe?

Thanks to our friends at Urjanet and Entersekt for contributing to this piece. For many years now, friction at any stage of a transaction cycle has been somewhat taboo, and not without reason. Friction

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