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In This Issue:
Is There a Future in the Clouds? Wall Street firms
increasingly are adopting cloud-based solutions to cut costs, achieve
scale and improve time to market, according to an exclusive Wall
Street & Technology/InformationWeek Analytics survey. But not
everything in the cloud is white and fluffy.
Boston Options Exchange Taps SaaS for Billing: BOX
frees up resources by adopting a software-as-a-service billing
OptionsXpress Embraces Virtualization: While
optionsXpress has embraced virtualization for order processing and
routing engines, don't tell EVP Ben Stein that the brokerage is using a
Q&A with Wall Street computing pioneer Marc Chaikin
Managing Wealth in the Cloud
Transforming Data Delivery
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Data Security: Explore some of the new technologies and
strategies that are helping financial institutions protect one of their
most vital assets: customer data.
The Future of the Data Center: Financial services
companies run some of the world's largest and most complex data centers.
What new technologies are making data centers more efficient while
improving performance and capacity?
Can EDM and BI Solve Wall Street's Risk Management Woes?
Now that the financial crisis is largely behind the industry, how have
risk management strategies changed and improved?