If you’re planning to run your website on a public facing PC or tablet, it’s not hard to imagine what could go wrong if a malicious user were to hijack control of your web browser. KioskSimple is the kiosk browser lockdown software designed specifically to secure your web browser.
In this article, we’re going to cover how to use Google Forms on a kiosk. Since Google Forms kiosk mode does not exist, we decided to create an easy solution for easily and securely deploying Google Forms to a kiosk or tablet.
The process is simple, first you’ll create your Google Form and then deploy it to your kiosk using the browser lockdown software KioskSimple.
KioskSimple makes it a breeze to securely deploy Google Forms in kiosk mode and helps prevent malicious user tampering.
I’ve heard this countless times when talking to potential customers and it’s probably what you’re thinking right now.
Many customers get uncomfortable when we begin talking about money when it comes to their custom kiosk project. This is because there is a common misconception that the development firm determines the cost of the project.
The reality is that when you’re dealing with a custom kiosk project (custom is the key word here, meaning not an off-the-shelf solution) the majority of the cost is determined by the selections you make.
Great case study by Creditcall on our KioskSimple integration with their EMV Payment Gateway.
RedSwimmer was looking for a way to provide EMV compliance to users of their kiosk software, KioskSimple.
The Creditcall EMV Virtual Terminal is a convenient way to test your EMV implementation without requiring a physical EMV terminal.
Fortunately the Creditcall EMV Virtual Terminal is designed to emulate an EMV terminal. This makes for a quick and affordable way to test EMV contact and contactless NFC payments in your application without purchasing EMV hardware.
In this article we’re going to cover how to use the Creditcall EMV Virtual Terminal with KioskSimple kiosk software.