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Malaysian consumers willing to allow banks to share data for Open Banking-based services - but privacy objections must be overcome for wide adoption
Australian customers least willing in Asia Pacific to embrace Artificial Intelligence and automation in digital banking, but young generation is driving change
BLUE BELL, Pa., June 6, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Unisys Corporation (NYSE: UIS) today said that it will host a webinar for the investment community on Wednesday, June 13 from 2:00 - 3:00 pm Eastern Time.
Less than half have budget allocated to support security strategy; while less than one-third utilize real-time device data capture and analytics to inform purchase decisions
Taiwanese consumers willing to allow banks to share data for Open Banking-based services - but privacy objections must be overcome for wide adoption
Under task order, company will provide big data analytics, cloud and biometrics capabilities to agency's Targeting and Analysis Systems Program Directorate
Advanced analytics, automation and AI provide users secure access to service when, how and where they need it
Unisys recognized as part of the 2018 Dell EMC Global Partner Summit for impressive revenue growth and rapid expansion of joint marketing activities
Agreement includes technology and investment planning for modernizing Nexa's business application portfolio and migrating its IT infrastructure to the cloud
Fifty-one percent would share their biometric data for improved online security; Forty-one percent would share their biometric data for access to multiple online accounts
Company will implement Stealth™ microsegmentation and provide application services to enable airport security equipment such as baggage and scanners to operate securely and efficiently
Hong Kong consumers willing to allow banks to share data for Open Banking-based services - but privacy objections must be overcome for wide adoption
Omnichannel capabilities, security strategy and overall transformation all rated as sub-optimal by majority of respondents
Transparency key to public support for data sharing among government agencies
New security solution offering helps organizations operationalize security by building advanced threat prevention capabilities into their everyday security processes
Anderson noted for superior support of IT projects at civilian agencies as well as her volunteer work to encourage government-industry collaboration
Unisys engaged to provide new Enterprise Biometric Identification Services to facilitate traveler processing and improve the Department's ability to identify criminals and persons of national security interest
New solution uses predictive data analytics and machine learning to speed up passage for low- or no-threat passengers and cargo
Unisys solutions and services recognized for ability to facilitate digital transformation across supply chain
Expansion includes newest version of Stealth™ on government list of Commercial Solutions for Classified Program Components, a guide for purchasing security products for classified systems
These names are showing bullish or bearish reversal patterns over the past week.
The free market is going to take back control of interest rates.
Yet only 20 percent or fewer say their agencies' identity management systems are fully automated or leverage biometrics
Boyd brings proven track record of entrepreneurial and technical expertise to Unisys Federal
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