'You can take it or leave it!' Ever had that said to you? Maybe the last time it happened was after you complained about a terrible meal at a roadside diner? But have you ever heard it from your contact center technology vendor?
What's yours called — Siri, Alexa or something else? Soon, most businesses will have a chatbot, whirring away alongside human contact center agents. In fact, all the tech you need is now within easy reach.
Trust is a rare commodity in these days of 'fake news', dodgy diesel emissions and less-than-honest social media profiles. But trust is essential for business ... especially when it relates to the smooth-running of your contact center systems.
What do you need to prove you can handle card payments securely — a black belt, a Michelin star, or maybe even the Nobel prize for security? The correct answer is PCI DSS. But what does this security standard really mean?
What's stopping card-not-present (CNP) fraud from breaking out in your contact center? Are you wearing a magical ring of invincibility, sporting those lucky socks or crossing your fingers? If you want real protection, then read on.
It's almost exactly 100 years since the last stagecoach robbery. Ever since, banks and thieves have been locked in a battle of wits. But today's tussles are being fought in a new Wild West — and the criminals often appear to be winning.
Utility companies in the US experienced 40% more data breaches in 2016 than in 2015 . With the ever increasing sophistication of hackers it’s becoming even more critical to ensure that your customers’ personal and payment card data is protected.
How would you feel if a trusted friend looked after your house for the weekend, only to leave the key under the doormat — and a passing thief ransacked your home? Unfortunately, there's a scenario playing out in the retail world that isn't so different.
Booked your summer vacation yet? February is one of the busiest months of the year for booking vacations. But, despite making every effort to avoid getting scammed, some consumers could still end up falling victim to fraud — in a way they'd least expect.