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  1. Retail, Grocery, And Hospitality IT News For VARs — September 5, 2014
    9/5/2014

    In the news, a Nielsen report reveals consumers’ intentions to make online purchases have doubled since 2011. In other news, Backoff malware is suspected in more data breaches. Articles this week include a look at why retailers are interested in — but haven’t yet embraced — iBeacon. And the channel is talking about Amazon’s Local Register, as well as Apple’s announcement on September 9 that is rumored to include information about the iPhone 6 including a mobile wallet.

  2. Solution Gives Your Clients Data Along With Payment Processing
    9/4/2014

    Swipely, a platform that provides product, staff, and customer insights to merchants, handles payment processing as well. Angus Davis, founder and CEO, points out credit card fees can add up to a significant cost, and Swipely “transforms a necessary evil operating expense into a marketing investment.”

  3. Why VARs Should (Have To) Care About The Retail Customer Experience
    9/3/2014

    Scott Holt, VP of marketing at ROAM, an Ingenico company, says taking a little time to understand your retail IT clients could pay off with big returns. He points out VARs and other IT solutions providers who understand the current demands their retail clients are facing will have a competitive edge.

  4. Is Cyber Insurance A Good Idea For Your Retail IT Clients?
    9/3/2014

    With recent data breaches at companies like Target and eBay making headlines, the business world has explored the possible advantages of cyber insurance. Cyber insurance has become a hot issue with companies in nearly every sector that possess critically important, private data, including company secrets and customer information. As a trusted advisor to your retail IT clients, after you provide a best-in-breed security solution, should you advise the additional purchase of cyber insurance?

  5. Retail, Grocery, And Hospitality IT News For VARs — August 29, 2014
    8/29/2014

    In the news, there are rumors of a payment platform in the next iPhone. In addition, The United States Computer Emergency Readiness Team (US-CERT) has updated its warning to retailers advising them on “Backoff” point of sale (POS) malware. In other news, Dairy Queen could be the latest victim of “Backoff,” just at the beginning of an investigation. And a study shows digital coupons use is on the rise and in-store service is the key to a successful digital coupon program.

  6. Retail, Grocery, And Hospitality IT News For VARs — August 21, 2014
    8/21/2014

    In the news, a data breach at 51 UPS Stores locations is under investigation. In other news, Heartland Payment Systems acquires mPOS solution creator Leaf. Also, studies confirm business travelers’ interest in virtual payment, and conclude beacons could be the most important technology for retail since the card reader.

  7. APG’s Bergeron Talks Sensible Solutions — Not Sexy Technologies — At RetailNOW
    8/18/2014

    Sexy technologies dominate the headlines at most channel trade shows, and RetailNOW 2014 in Orlando was no different. Tablets, mobile payments, interactive digital signage, and cloud POS certainly deserve your attention. But I was reminded during Stephen Bergeron’s RetailNOW presentation Aug. 6 that we shouldn't overlook sensible solutions that aren't flashy but help merchants.

  8. NRF IT Security Council Educates, Advocates To Combat Data Theft
    8/14/2014

    Data breeches at large chain stores have spurred technology leaders to form the National Retail Federation (NRF) IT Security Council.

  9. Point Of Sale And Payment Processing News From July 2014
    8/13/2014

    Each month, Business Solutions reports news on business in the channel. This month in Point of Sale and Payment Processing news, North American Bancard launches a payment platform, and MMF announces new tablet enclosures. In addition, UP Solution introduces a solution for salons, spas, and other personal care businesses, and Lavu offers an online ordering application as well as a delivery and routing extension.

  10. Backoff Malware Targets POS Systems
    8/12/2014

    A U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) report details the introduction of a new malware campaign designed to steal consumers’ information through point of sale (POS) terminals nationwide. Initial cyberattacks occurred in the months leading up to the much-publicized data breach at Target stores nationwide during the 2013 holiday season. According to reports, at least 600 retailers nationwide have suffered the effects of Backoff.

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