"The National Australia Bankâ€™s
upgraded Internet banking service, currently in pilot phase and
built with improved usability in mind, now supports Apple users and
works with the Linux operating system.
About 2,500 NAB Net banking customers, including Apple Mac
users, and a similar number of staff, are participating in the
pilot, which commenced October 1.
"The new product is HTML based and doesn't require a JAVA
Applet, therefore it's available on a wide range of browsers and OS
platforms including Apple Mac and Linux," the National's head of
Internet and e-solutions, Mike Durrant, told ZDNet Australia. "It
works on Linux but we don't officially support the Linux platform,"
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