Mobile World Congress 2018: Greatest Hits

By Sarah Landes | March 6, 2018
It was an absolute pleasure to attend Mobile World Congress this past week, even though the famous Barcelona sunshine did not make much of an appearance. However, there were some real standouts at the show, which made traveling through storms to get there totally worth it. Once you walked into the show, you immediately noticed […]
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We’ll See You at Mobile World Congress

By Sarah Landes | February 22, 2018
Who doesn’t love Barcelona? It’s one of the most beautiful cities in the world, with some of the best food. And next week, thousands will descend upon the city for one of the biggest mobile conferences in the world – Mobile World Congress! Mobile World Congress brings together hundreds of cutting-edge and innovative tech companies […]
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The Trials of Banking the Unbanked

By Sarah Landes | February 15, 2018
The worst inconvenience I have with my bank is that they don’t have a lot of branches or ATM’s around Boston. But it’s not too much trouble because I just use their mobile app for my day-to-day needs. Access to your banking services is probably not an issue that you think about or even deal […]
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The Changing Landscape of Mobile Biometrics

By Sarah Landes | October 5, 2017
Advances in Face and Iris Recognition Since the 1990’s, iris and facial recognition have been used in many fields where secure access to materials or information is important. Now the technology is becoming mainstream through increased adoption in smartphones. The strides that iris and facial recognition have made in recent years is due mostly to […]
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The Future is Bright for Mobile Biometrics

By Ian E. Muller | September 21, 2017
From fingerprint to iris, mobile biometrics are evolving at such a rapid pace it’s often difficult for consumers to keep up. Nearly every mid- to high-end device on the market offers a fingerprint scanner today, and Samsung and Apple have begun paving the way for more advanced methods of biometric capture as well with iris […]
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Will Face ID Really Replace Touch ID?

By Asem Othman | September 12, 2017
The upcoming iPhone 8, or iPhone X, is bringing some major changes to Apple’s flagship device, the biggest of which is the removal of the home button. This move allows for increased real estate on the device for the screen, but it may eliminate one of the iPhone’s most popular features – Touch ID. For […]
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80/20 Rule for User Experience & User Adoption

By Ian E. Muller | August 31, 2017
The 80/20 rule is already well known in business for time management, financial planning, and beyond. But when it comes to user experience (UX) development and assessing user adoption of new technology and applications, this principle is also highly effective. The basis of the 80/20 rule is that, on average, 80 percent of your results […]
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The Future of Mobile Biometrics

By Ian E. Muller | August 15, 2017
Smartphones have evolved at an amazing pace. It’s strange to think that the iPhone launched a mere decade ago. No one can argue that the smartphone hasn’t revolutionized the information age, but it has also challenged businesses and consumers alike to reimagine how they interact with technology and the world at large. One mobile technology […]
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Great User Experience is Key to Adoption of New Technology

By Lori Cohen | July 27, 2017
How do you get people to adopt new technology, especially when they are set in their ways? How do you change consumer behavior? To have a shot, you have to focus on the user experience and make sure the technology is working for people, rather than the reverse. That’s what we learned when we did […]
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Adding Smartphones to Enterprise Access Management

By Ian E. Muller | March 23, 2017
The smartphone is both one of the most widely proliferated tools in the enterprise, and one of the most troublesome. It’s a safe bet that every employee in your firm has one, but when it comes to whether or not they’re allowed to use it for work, the odds are closer to 50/50. We all […]
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