Meagan Rhodes

10
Apr

@Pay Survey Results: Online Bill Pay & Passwords

@Pay’s recent survey shows that 94% of people pay their bills electronically, but have difficulty maintaining the numerous passwords required in this digital age. @Pay’s solution let’s customers pay their bills via email or text message…without having to remember yet another password or downloading yet another app. Demand @Pay from your billers if you agree with us that #PasswordsSuck and

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10
Apr

Edward Snowden says “Passwords Suck”

“Earlier this week, Ed Snowden sat down with John Oliver in what turned out to be his first real, substantive interview since his stint in Russia began,” reports Ashley Feinber on Gawker. “Now, Last Week Tonight has released an extra clip in which Snowden offers us all a few, handy security tips. First and foremost: Your password probably sucks. For an eight-character password, Snowden

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8
Apr

@Pay to exhibit at PAYMENTS 2015 in New Orleans

@Pay will be exhibiting at PAYMENTS2015 in New Orleans, LA, April 19-22. PAYMENTS is the premiere payments industry’s annual conference that offers attendees a well-rounded educational program of sessions that address current challenges and opportunities. In addition, the conference offers attendees opportunities to expand business solutions needed for a competitive advantage and helps to establish strategic partnerships through innovative technology

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1
Apr

Our Best Conference Checklist & Tips

At @Pay, we’ve been traveling non-stop all winter and spring to conferences—ranging in genres from tech to nonprofit to payments—and there is no end in sight. By now, we’ve become pros at packing and planning our business trips. If you’re scrambling to pack or heading to your first conference, here are a few of our best tips: Pack smart.  Be sure

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24
Mar

Future of Email event comes to New York, April 28

With successful events in both San Francisco and Chicago, #FutureOfEmail is now coming to New York on April 28th! Top thought-leaders and marketers will converge in New York for the third installment of the “Future of Email” event, before it travels to London later this spring. “Future of Email – New York” assembles industry experts to discuss how new technologies and data insights

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23
Mar

@Pay at TRANSACT15 Mobile Pay Zone

Hosted by the Electronic Transactions Association (ETA), the annual TRANSACT conference has the largest audience in the electronic payments industry. The conference, which takes place March 31-April 2, features a 55,000-square foot trade show floor, 6 conference tracks, 59 sessions, over 200 exhibitors, over 4,000 attendees–including over 1,000 C-level executives from over 30 countries. @Pay will be located in the Mobile Payments Zone

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11
Mar

Women In Tech: Meet the women behind @Pay

Women’s History Month in March is a great time to reflect on women’s role in technology.  At @Pay, we’re proud to have a diverse team, with over a quarter of our staff being women.  We’d like to introduce you to some of the women at @Pay: Dawn Tell us your story. How did you end up in tech? My background was

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11
Mar

Future of Email: Chicago

On Wednesday, March 25, top thought-leaders and marketers will converge in Chicago for the second installment of the “Future of Email” event. The inaugural event took place in San Francisco in January and will travel to New York and London later this spring. The “Future of Email – Chicago” assembles industry experts to discuss how new technologies and data insights

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10
Mar

Infographic: Mobile Payments in 2015

As the world races towards ‘The Internet of Things’ and we find our clothing becoming more tech than fashion, there is still one accessory that remains the major player for payments: Our mobile devices. For every vertical, mobile reigns supreme for the future of payments. Whether it be by mobile email, mobile web, text/SMS, apps, or QR codes…smartphones and tablets are

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25
Feb

Help Six Young Girls Attend World Championship for Robotics

As Women’s History Month approaches in March, there will be an onslaught of Women in Tech events and articles as well. And in Albuquerque, New Mexico, it will be young women who will be writing tech history—six 5th and 6th graders ages 10-12 years old, in fact. These bright young ladies won first place in the New Mexico FIRST Lego

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