KioWare Resources

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Welcome to our KioWare resources section. In this section you will find educational resources covering kiosk software and the kiosk and self-service industry. From here you can access articles, case studies, and white papers.

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Lockdown Software Protects & Secures Healthcare Data & Patient Privacy

  • Type: Article
  • Author: Laura Boniello Miller
  • Date: October 2014
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The healthcare industry is held to a particularly high standard when it comes to data security and patient privacy. Unauthorized access to patient data can be costly to a facility’s reputation and bank account. Kiosk software is designed specifically to secure your device, network and data from unauthorized individuals.  Learn more...

5 Ways Your Human Resources Department Will Benefit From Kiosks

  • Type: Article
  • Author: Laura Boniello Miller
  • Date: October 2014
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HR Kiosks can be helpful and beneficial. Used for employee surveys, exit interviews, and more, self service kiosks provide privacy and security for the employee and are simple to set up and maintain.  Learn more...

Remote Kiosk Management Features & Functions

  • Type: White Paper
  • Author: Laura Boniello Miller
  • Date: October 2014
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When deploying and managing multiple kiosks, especially kiosks over a broad range of geographic locations, remote kiosk management is an essential tool for maximizing your resources. Some features of kiosk management software include usage statistics, remote monitoring of kiosk health, managing kiosk content, and kiosk grouping.  Learn more...

Kiosk security - Are you keeping your kiosks safe?

  • Type: Video
  • Date: October 2014
Why do you need to secure your devices? Are your kiosks as safe as you think? Use KioWare to secure your devices and be sure that your kiosks are performing as intended. Secure your kiosks with KioWare kiosk software.   KioWare protects your public access device, secures your browser, and restricts user access.   KioWare locks down your kiosk operating system, desktop and internet browser.

Why do you need kiosk software?

If you do not secure your kiosks, you are at risk for kiosks going down, lawsuits due to data breaches, public relations disasters that cost you valuable consumer trust, and ultimately, loss of revenue.  

Without kiosk software, users can hack in to your kiosk to give it a virus.  They can close your interface and use the kiosk to watch videos, check email, and browse the web.  Even worse, without kiosk software, they can install dangerous software.

It’s not secure, unless it’s KioWare secure.

  

What Will US Retailers Learn From The UK's Early Adoption of Chip & Pin Technology

  • Type: Article
  • Author: Laura Boniello Miller
  • Date: September 2014
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As the United States inches closer to implementation of two factor verification for credit card transactions, where do the early adopters stand with Chip & Pin and what is next? Kiosk hardware purchasers, suppliers, and distributors both in Europe and abroad are anticipating how US adoption of EMV (Europay, MasterCard & Visa) will play out and which Chip technology will be adopted.   Learn more...

Using Group Policy Object (GPO) To Restrict Access

  • Type: Article
  • Author: Laura Boniello Miller
  • Date: September 2014
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When restricting access to your Windows device, consider the level of security and access that is needed before determining if GPO or kiosk software will provide the security you need.  Learn more...

Protect from Security Breaches

  • Type: Article
  • Author: Laura Boniello Miller
  • Date: August 2014

Also known as "The Worst Security SNAFUs This Year" from Network World, and how KioWare could have helped. Kiosk software could have helped to avoid some of 2014's worst security breaches.  Learn more...

Museum Kiosk Brings Interactive Information to Visitors

  • Type: Case Study
  • Author: Laura Boniello Miller
  • Date: July 2014

Before launching the brand new “On Fire” pottery exhibit, The Rockwell Museum of Western Art sought to create new marketing collateral that would be both compelling & interactive while improving their art labeling system. Crystal McKenzie, Inc., a brand strategy and marketing communications agency based in NYC, was brought on to identify the best solution for communicating, displaying, and encouraging visitor interaction with the detailed information from the 100 pieces on display.  Learn more...

Purposed Device and Purposed Device Protection

  • Type: Article
  • Author: Laura Boniello Miller
  • Date: June 2014
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What is a purposed device and how can a "purposed device" be used? Purposed devices provide employees the ability to use portable or stationary devices (laptops, desktops or tablets), for a particular function or role. At the same time, these purposed devices allow employers to protect themselves and their organization from privacy violations, unauthorized usage, non-productive employee activities.  Learn more...

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