Virtual ATMs Store Your Bank Details In The Cloud For Extra Security

Virtual ATMs Store Your Bank Details In The Cloud For Extra Security

Diebold has revealed the world's first ATM that uses virtualisation technology and relies on cloud-based technology to offer more security and reliability.

Yi Chen
  • 5 september 2011

Diebold, an ATM-maker company, has revealed the world’s first ATM that uses virtualisation technology. These virtual ATMs use cloud computing technology by relying on remote servers rather than built-in computing resources. According to reports, cloud-based cash machines offer greater security, reliability and flexibility. Frank A. Natoli Jr., Vice President and Chief Technology Officer at Diebold, explained:

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