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Month: August 2020

SD-WAN: Foundation for Digital Innovation in Banking

At this time, banks not only face competitive challenges from fellow traditional banking institutions but also non-conventional players. This competitive pressure, coupled with ever-increasing customer expectations, requires banks to continue to improve their services by launching various digital innovations.

In the world, mobile banking, or banking activities via mobile phones, is one of the biggest innovations. Most customers have transacted via digital. Electronic Know Your Customer (E-KYC) is another digital innovation that is also important, especially to get new customers. E-KYC has been suggested by the World Bank as an innovation to increase the number of citizens served by banking institutions.

The term branchless banking (banking services without branch offices) can include mobile banking. However, in various countries, branchless banking usually refers to the Financial Authority program in each country.

It can be seen that all the latest digital banking innovations depend on Internet connectivity and networks. Therefore, banking institutions … Read More

Slippers That Can Relieve Pain Plantar Fasciitis

 

What is Plantar Fasciitis?

Plantar fasciitis causes pain in the heel caused by tension and inflammation of the plantar fascia.
The plantar fascia is the scientific name for foot tissue.
This is a ligament that connects the heel to the entire toe. Plantar fasciitis occurs when there is inflammation in the plantar fascia.
When the plantar fascia is overly attracted, irritation of the membranes will occur and result in swelling that causes pain.

What causes Plantar Fasciitis?

Plantar fasciitis can occur when the legs curl inwards excessively when you walk or are known as over-pronation.
This excessive pronation can be caused by various things, including excessive weight gain, pregnancy, sudden increased physical activity, the strain on the calf muscles, use of non-supportive / flat footwear, or poor biomechanics.
When the foot experiences excessive pronation, the curvature of your leg can go down and cause tension in the lower leg tissue.… Read More