Computer Science student co-authors article for IEEE Future Directions newsletter
Congratulations to Najee Searcy, a Computer Science undergraduate student at Georgia Southern, who co-authored an article with his faculty mentor, Syed Hassan Ahmed, Ph.D. The article “Caveats for the Emergence of Virtual Wallets” provides pros and cons for the relationship between smartphones and commerce through cashless transactions using mobile or virtual wallets. Searcy and Ahmed provide multiple perspectives for business, consumer, and technology considerations. Their article was published by IEEE – Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers, the world’s largest technical professional organization for the advancement of technology for the benefit of humanity.
Check out the article to learn more about NFC – Near Field Communications along with the convenience and security issues of virtual wallets.
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