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Yes Bank goes unwired, to adopt more techs with human touch

Written by: Staff

Mumbai, Sep 12 (UNI) Private bank Yes Bank today announced unwiring of its branches to deliver secure, innovative wireless banking to staff and customers by using technology solutions provided by Intel Mobile Technologies.

Briefing the mediapersons here today, Yes Bank Managing Director and CEO Rana Kapoor said his bank will have wireless local area networks (LANs), within branch premises to allow its customers access to the internet and to conduct wireless banking transactions in a fully secure environment. The bank's staff can leverage the mobility of Intel Centrino mobile technology-based notebook computers to access the bank's secure internal wireless LAN for anywhere access to banking applications within the branches.

The bank would adopt many more technologies in future with human touch. Initially, the bank will provide the facility to 21 out of total 30 branches, he said.

Speaking on the occasion, Intel Director (marketing and operations, South Asia) John McClure said: ''Security remains a top concern in the banking and financial sectors. Working closely with Yes Bank, we were able to mitigate these concerns and help them implement a secure robust environment within their branches.'' With the wi-fi banking branch network of the bank, the customers can now access their account details, conduct transfers and make online payment on their own laptops in the comfortable and secure environment of the branch. The wired network is equipped with a three-tired data security shell, which includes authentication, encryption checks and data integrity checks.


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