Around 17 years ago, I first had access to a computer with the internet. A typical Millennial, the majority of my online interaction was through MSN messenger under an anonymous username. Probably something like ‘CoolCatXOXO’. My digital and physical identities were completely separate and giving away any ‘real-world’ information was totally out of the question.
Tuesday 03 November 2020 by Liz Lumley
My husband crept into bed at 3:00 am on a Wednesday morning four years ago. I was half asleep and vaguely aware of the movement of the mattress and the creaks in the bed. “Don’t wake up,” he whispered in a dark, quiet voice. My eyes flew open. Staying up all night during a general
Will Hackett, VP, business development at Pushfor talks with FinTech Finance at this year’s FinTECHTalents about how using ‘push’ technology allows businesses to save “thousands of hours” of time and money by providing a simpler way to access sensitive information. In addition to networking and showing off Pushfor’s product offering, Will’s team also samplied ‘all