MILFORD Conn. The Subway franchised sandwich chain, based here, has approved for use for the point-of-sale systems in more than 23,000 U.S. and Canadian restaurants ESET NOD32 Antivirus software, according to ESET. "Subway franchisees depend on the POS to work at optimum speed, moving customers quickly through the line. Therefore, it is critical that each of these machines is not hindered by malware that can slow or shut down systems," Marina O'Rourke, Subway director of retail ...
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