Markus Milsted

Markus Milsted

Markus Milsted is the Founder and CEO of Omlis, based in Newcastle upon Tyne. With a background in software engineering, music, and, in particular, user engagement, he applies creative solutions and inventive methodologies to Omlis. His vision is for a future where everyone can take advantage of the benefits of completely secure mobile payments. ​

Wearable payments solution? Handle with care

Wearable payments solution? Handle with care

Written by on December 16, 2015 in Guest Blog with 0 Comments

With a push from this year’s launch of the Apple Watch, wearable technology is at the forefront of many discussions concerning the future of payments. Global wearable device shipments will increase more than 400 percent by 2017, reaching 116m units, up from 27m in 2014, according to Juniper Research. This trend is set to make […]

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Encryption key to privacy and security – one anyway

Encryption key to privacy and security – one anyway

Written by on November 6, 2015 in Guest Blog with 0 Comments

Over the past few years, data security has left the relative obscurity of professional IT circles and is now a mainstream talking point. Breaches have become headline grabbing events and we have all been made increasingly aware of the consequences of blindly trusting companies with our personal information. This data may be financial as in […]

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We need to secure the IoT – now

We need to secure the IoT – now

Written by on October 29, 2015 in Guest Blog with 0 Comments

We are living in an increasingly connected world and these connections are extending to a plethora of day to day appliances which we currently take for granted. Everything from heating systems to home entertainment, kitchen appliances to cars will be linked up to provide more personalized services, responding remotely to your commands no matter where […]

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Are customers confused by too many payments players?

Are customers confused by too many payments players?

Written by on June 17, 2015 in Guest Blog with 0 Comments

Of all the smartphone customers worldwide, 10% will make an in-store mobile payment in 2015 according to Deloitte. Comparing this to the actual number of users who did in 2014 – less than 0.5% of worldwide users – we can see the increasingly rapid growth of mobile payment technologies. As mobile payments rapidly become more mainstream, […]

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