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The BYOD Challenge
Bryan Yurcan, Associate Editor, Bank Systems and TechnologyCommentary
Having a policy in place to manage mobile devices used by employees for work purposes is necessary in this current day.
By Bryan Yurcan Associate Editor, Bank Systems and Technology,
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Getting Onboarding Right in the Age of the Customer
Becca Lipman, Senior EditorCommentary
Disparate “Frankenstein” systems slow down the onboarding process and impede customer service, says Pegasystems.
By Becca Lipman Senior Editor,
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Performance Monitoring Key to Smooth Infrastructure Modernization
John Gentry, Vice President of Marketing and Alliances, Virtual InstrumentsCommentary
As banks consider how to shift infrastructure and storage solutions, they can’t afford to lose visibility into performance.
By John Gentry Vice President of Marketing and Alliances, Virtual Instruments,
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Enterprise IT Swings Back to Insourcing
Greg MacSweeney, Editorial DirectorNews
Insourcing is becoming more common as businesses try to leverage newer technologies and tools to create business opportunities.
By Greg MacSweeney Editorial Director,
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Accuracy in the Financial Data Supply Chain
Becca Lipman, Senior EditorCommentary
Some of the best-practices from the retail world’s physical supply chain, including data standards and visibility, can be leveraged for efficiency in financial services.
By Becca Lipman Senior Editor,
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Business Continuity 2.0: We’re Gonna Need a Bigger Boat
Mitchel Kraskin, Co-founder and CEO, Compliance ScienceCommentary
What would happen with a long-term outage to financial systems or the nation’s critical infrastructure? Businesses aren’t even close to being prepared.
By Mitchel Kraskin Co-founder and CEO, Compliance Science,
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Using RPA in Banking to Streamline Development
Frank J. Casale, Founder & CEO The Outsourcing Institute and The Institute for Robotic Process AutomationCommentary
As the returns on outsourcing decline, firms are looking for other ways to increase efficiency and reduce costs in the IT organization. Robotic Process Automation may help.
By Frank J. Casale Founder & CEO The Outsourcing Institute and The Institute for Robotic Process Automation,
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SEC Vote Is Drama for the Masses, With No Happily Ever After
Paul Soltis, North American Market Manager for ConfluenceCommentary
All of them hoped it would never come to this.
By Paul Soltis North American Market Manager for Confluence,
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SEF Consolidation Likely as Volumes Slowly Increase
Ivy Schmerken, Editor at LargeNews
With 21 swap execution facilities, and slowly increasing volumes, the marketplace is perfect for consolidation.
By Ivy Schmerken Editor at Large,
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Driving Information Security, From Silicon Valley to Detroit
Christopher Camejo, Director of Assessment Services, NTT Com SecurityCommentary
As software interacts with more and more of our daily lives, technology providers may be liable for more damages than they have in the recent past.
By Christopher Camejo Director of Assessment Services, NTT Com Security,
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Big Data's Challenge: Matching Business Needs With Technology
Debra Walton, Chief Content OfficerCommentary
All those bits and bytes only add up to something when they’re organized, arranged, and made coherent.
By Debra Walton Chief Content Officer,
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Single Source, Many Truths
Jonas Olsson, CEO, GrazCommentary
If the data quality is not at fault, why then might departments reject the data? The answer is that there are two aspects to data quality: factual correctness and contextual correctness.
By Jonas Olsson CEO, Graz,
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GTS's Sale of Microwave Network to TMX Group to BroadenAccess to Ultra-Fast Data
Ivy Schmerken, Editor at LargeNews
Microwave data networks are going mainstream, and will level the playing field for all investors to access critical market data, said CEO of GTS, which entered a deal to sell StrikeNet to TMX Group.
By Ivy Schmerken Editor at Large,
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Predictions Come True as Regulators Swoop
Dr. John Bates, CTO, Intelligent Business Operations & Big Data, Software AGCommentary
While two out of the five capital markets predictions from July have already come true, let's hope that all five don't actually happen.
By Dr. John Bates CTO, Intelligent Business Operations & Big Data, Software AG,
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IBOR Before It Was "IBOR"
Bob Leaper, Head of Business DevelopmentCommentary
While its catchy new nomenclature and explosion in popularity has given the outside world an impression that it is novel, the same conversations about it were happening twenty years ago. So why then is IBOR the latest buzz word for firms today?
By Bob Leaper Head of Business Development,
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SEC Reforms: What Floating NAVs Mean for Money Market Funds & Accounting Software
James Sanford, Founder and Portfolio ManagerCommentary
Money market accounts are a $2.6 trillion industry that impacts nearly every investor who parks cash, so a new SEC rule has major ramifications for a large number of investors.
By James Sanford Founder and Portfolio Manager,
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No Rush to Upgrade OMSs Among Sell-Side Firms
Becca Lipman, Senior EditorNews
A Tabb Group study finds general acceptance of outdated and inefficient OMS functionality and lower priority for tech refresh.
By Becca Lipman Senior Editor,
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Flip Sides of the Same Coin: Compliance & Transparency
Neil Gray, Vice President of Product Marketing, IPC SystemsCommentary
The upheaval caused by the 2008 financial crisis continues to ripple outward, creating an unsettled environment that has disrupted traditional measures of trust.
By Neil Gray Vice President of Product Marketing, IPC Systems,
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IT Budgets Struggle With Data Growth, Survey Finds
Becca Lipman, Senior EditorCommentary
Data is growing exponentially and IT managers are worried about budgeting for future storage. More sustainable solutions must come from the business lines.
By Becca Lipman Senior Editor,
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Are You a Career 'Exerciser' or 'Roadmapper'?
Alan Geller, Managing Director, AG BarringtonCommentary
Almost all workers looks to improve their position and compensation. But certain individuals also look to provide added value to their employer. What type of employee are you?
By Alan Geller Managing Director, AG Barrington,
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