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Mastercard +BMO Make Fingerprint and ‘Selfie’ Payment Technology a Reality in North America

At the center of stakes, we have: new biometric app, Mastercard Identity Check Mobile, minimized need for passwords, improved security; the fingerprint scanner or facial recognition technology; the online payment experience near frictionless and more secure.
In effect, Mastercard announces Identity Check Mobile™, a new payment technology application that uses biometrics, including fingerprint and facial recognition, to verify a cardholder’s identity and simplify online shopping
BMO Financial Group (BMO)will bethe first bank in the U.S. and Canada to offer Identity Check Mobile to its corporate customers starting in the first half of 2017.

The goal with wearables on Warehouse workers

I have a pleasure to recall that, warehouse workers, for instance, traditionally relied on a combination of handheld scanners and paper picklists to execute the fulfillment process, estimated to account for as much as 55% of total warehouse operating expense, according to ABI Research.
Therefore, the goal with wearables is to replace these legacy solutions with digital eyewear, whether assessing equipment, measuring status, or performing troubleshooting in a virtualized and sensor network-enabled AR environment.

Visa B2B Connect leverages a Blockchain infrastructure

At the core of stakes, we have a preview of Visa B2B Connect, a new platform that Visa is developing to give financial institutions a simple, fast and secure way to process business-to-business payments globally.
In effect, in our ever-connected era where the blockchain technology charts its way, Visa is working with Chain to build Visa B2B Connect using Chain Core, an enterprise blockchain infrastructure that facilitates financial transactions on scalable, private blockchain networks
I can observe that, building on this technology, Visa is developing a new near real-time transaction system designed for the exchange of high-value international payments between participating banks on behalf of their corporate clients.

Torque sensors in the automotive industry

Increasingly, sophisticated and smart sensors are deeply impacting our daily digital experiences and lives with precise data and information. The momentum is on an interesting curve when it comes to help streamlining each critical process within each industry. According to Technavio, the global torque sensor market was valued at USD 1.20 billion in 2015 and is likely to reach USD 1.92 billion by 2020.The market is largely driven by the automotive industry, as torque sensors are widely used in various automobile components for torque measurement.

Exciting trends from workplace computing devices

For those who are unfamiliar, workplace computing devices have rapidly become powerful and sophisticated in terms of technology and end-user experience. These devices are also evolving in terms of productivity, security, GUI and screen resolution, to name a few.

Companies, end-users and Computing Devices Suppliers in the Workplace

The most exciting is to recall that, as large companies are increasingly looking to acquire computing devices that can enhance the efficiency of their working environments, suppliers are focusing on offering both standardized and customized devices that can take care of their specific requirements. 
I can also recall that, suppliers are increasingly involving in mergers and acquisitions to enhance global reach and capabilities.
This is also resulting in buyers engaging with specific or preferred suppliers that can cater to all of their requirements, according to Technavio.

Google Apps for Work+ QuickBooks Online

At the heart of stakes, we have enhanced Cloud Productivity, flexibility and Collaboration for Global Small Businesses. I can observe that, using G Suite and QuickBooks Online can help Businesses run more efficiently,  and save time. In effect, Intuit Inc., and Google are working together on product integrations for small businesses using G Suite, formerly called Google Apps for Work, and QuickBooks Online.