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  • "Oftentimes, banks will ask non-IT guys to do this," Mr. Kegley said. "That's where we typically see mistakes made, because non-IT people won't have the specific knowledge for every kind of device."

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  • "The resellers make much more money than the original manufacturers as far as profit," Mr. Kegley said. "The margins for selling a new product are really, really slim."

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