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StrandVision Digital Signage — Digital Signage for Banks

Bank marketing directors like the flexibility of digital signage because they can easily update the content to quickly respond to market opportunities, such as changes in savings, certificate and loan rates. In-house graphic artists or ad agencies can also be authorized to update marketing content. Updates are as easy as logging onto the Web using personalized security connection information. There is no need for additional expensive and time consuming third-party digital signage service providers. Call 715-235-7446 or visit to learn more about StrandVision’s Internet-based digital signage video merchandising solutions for banks.

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Consumers worry about security of mobile banking, but do it anyway

Consumers who own smartphones and tablets, an overwhelming majority — 83 percent — worry about iden­tity theft, but ultimately choose convenience over security when it comes to mobile banking.

The 2013 Consumer Insights study, commissioned by credentials management company Jumio Inc. and conducted online by Harris Interactive, found that more than one-quarter of respondents (26 percent) had been victimized by online or mobile fraud (the national average is 20 percent).

Still, nearly half (48 percent) said they use mobile devices for personal finance activities such as checking account balances (48 percent) or paying bills (32 percent). And 60 percent expect to use their device to a greater degree to carry out these tasks in the future.

Following are detailed find­ings from the Mobile Con­sumer Insights report:

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About Mike

Mike is president of StrandVision Digital Signage. He has a wealth of Business Marketing experience with over 11 years in electronic digital signage and 13 years in bar coding with his previously sold company StrandWare.
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