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How Tokenization Technology Can Protect You from Fraud



Tokenization of credit cards is the latest buzz-word in security. One example of Tokenization is in Apple Pay, where your true card number remains hidden during the transaction. Instead, a temporary number issued by your payment network allows your transaction to be processed without revealing your true card number. Even if the one-time number is intercepted, it cannot be used for additional transactions.




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Topics: Tokenization, Security, Banking Security, Credit Cards, Fraud, Education, Technology, Apple Pay


Microsoft Surface RT Review



Are you considering a Microsoft Surface RT tablet?

I purchased a Microsoft’s Surface RT in early January 2013. After several weeks of use, here is what I can say about it.

What I Like about the Surface
• I love working on Word, Excel or PowerPoint files from anywhere. This gives the Surface a huge edge over competing tablets in my opinion.
• My kids don’t steal it from me. One day they will learn Excel, but until then




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Topics: Tablet, Surface RT, Microsoft Surface RT Tablet, Review, State Bank, Technology, Microsoft


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