High availability in banking why it matters more than ever

| November 8, 2018

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Today's financial services sector, much like almost every other part of the modern world, needs to operate in a 24/7 environment. And this means you need to be available to your customers whenever they want, wherever they are, and on whatever channel they prefer to interact with. As far as the public is concerned, their day-to-day banking typically means the cash and card interactions they use to make payments, the ATMs they use to access their funds, and the online services used to keep track of their activities and initiate transfers. But regardless of how they choose to interact, the fundamentals of transaction processing behind the scenes remain the same.

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