Software Security: The Importance of Locking Down Your Self-Service Kiosk

Keeping a self-service kiosk safe goes beyond the enclosure. Learn measures that can protect kiosk software.

Type: Special Report

Sponsor: KioWare




Remote Management and the Android Kiosk

Low-cost platform helps grow deployments while maintaining a streamlined approach to remote monitoring.

Type: White Paper

Sponsor: PROVISIO




The Benefits to Using Kiosk Software

Kiosk software secures your kiosk browser, displaying your application full screen and restricting user access from the OS, desktop and browser. These are key features of kiosk software, but what are the benefits?

Type: Case Study

Sponsor: KioWare


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Inside the Box: Shut the Front Door

Locker kiosks also called smart lockers are enabling click-and-collect retailers to make inventory more accessible and easier to track.

How vulnerable are kiosks to hacking? Part 2 – What operators can do

As hacking becomes a bigger threat to computers, kiosk operators must stay current with operating systems and invest in kiosk software. Kiosk experts offer security tips.

How vulnerable are kiosks to hacking? Part 1

As technology advances, computers become more susceptible to hacking and unintended use scenarios. Kiosks are also vulnerable to these attacks.

The Beautiful and the Beastly Side of The Internet of Things

"One of the things that strikes me with many of the applications that we see ramping up around the Internet of Things, is the intense focus on the “sexy” part of the solution, and not so much on the beastly...

The Three Things You Can do to Embrace the Internet of Things

THE NUMBERS ARE STAGGERING, AND IT’S ALL MELDING TOGETHER. By 2020 there will be 44 Trillion gigabytes of data, that’s equal to the number of stars in the universe. Picture 1 trillion sensors contributing to the rise of data in...

IoT is Real, and The Economics Are Pretty Compelling

It wasn’t that long ago when the first smartphone came out, and we saw the pace of connected devices and associated mobile applications accelerate beyond what anyone could have imagined. Shortly after that, something incredible happened, we reached the point where there were more connected devices than people on the planet.

2017 IoT Predictions: Get ready, 2017 is going to pave the way for IoT adoption

Make room for IoT. It’s a necessary step to moving any business forward. What can the world expect from IoT technology in the upcoming year?

Basics of IoT 3-Part Series: Part 1 Data Analytics

Today, it seems like we’re reading about more advanced and intelligent kiosk implementations across every industry. Managing data flowing to and from these devices back to the enterprise can be complicated, but very powerful when harnessed and channeled through an IoT platform.

Inside the Box: Monitoring heartbeats

When a machine sends a heartbeat, it’s sending a message saying, “Hey I’m online, I’m alive.” Measuring heartbeats can not only tell an operator whether a machine is online or offline, but it can also share if it’s in distress. With software at the endpoint, at regular intervals, usually measured in seconds, a heartbeat signal is sent.

Hacked digital signage displays porn in Union Station

Commuters at Union Station got a little more than they asked for when a recently installed display began to play porn videos.

Technology fuels demand for industrial supply distribution systems, part 2: computer peripherals

As more companies provide employees with computers, managing computer peripherals has become a growing sector for providers of worksite product distribution.

EMV’s impact on kiosk owners, part 2; merchant operators have time to comply

Recognizing merchants have encountered difficulty integrating EMV compliant payment equipment, credit card issuers have postponed chargebacks for fraudulent purchases on non-compliant equipment. Compliance, however, will benefit all parties by reducing credit card fraud.

EMV’s impact on kiosk owners, part 1

The US trails other markets in converting to the more secure EMV protocol for equipment that accepts credit cards. Credit card brands have issued cards with electronic chips, but adoption of EMV compliant equipment has not kept pace with consumers.

ADA lawsuits targeting kiosks, part 3: assistive technologies make inroads

Assistive technology for the disabled has improved and become more pervasive in recent years, offering an opportunity for kiosk manufacturers to better serve an important customer base and meet ADA requirements.

Vending/micro market veteran ready to take on Amazon Go

A vending/micro market veteran has developed a technology, featuring artificial intelligence, he believes will disrupt the consumer goods distribution industry.

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KioWare is kiosk software that acts as a secure kiosk browser. Our software wraps around your application, displaying it full-screen and restricting user access from the OS, desktop and browser.



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