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This special digital edition of Wall Street & Technology takes an in-depth look at the evolution of outsourcing. Often controversial, outsourcing is garnering renewed interest on the Street. But capital markets firms are redefining outsourcing today, leveraging it as a strategic advantage that delivers business value rather than simply a cost-cutting necessity.
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In This Issue:
- A NEW SPIN ON OUTSOURCING: Outsourcing no longer is limited to jettisoning back-office operations offshore to cut costs. Today it increasingly includes renting mission-critical applications from U.S.-based providers to gain a competitive edge.
- EMBRACING THE SOURCING POSSIBILITIES: From start-ups to established firms, hedge funds are embracing the full spectrum of available outsourced services.
- LARRY TABB SURVEYS THE CONSOLIDATING EXCHANGE LANDSCAPE: Mega Exchanges may have the upper hand now, but the game's not over yet, says special contributing editor Larry Tabb. Smaller, more innovative options will emerge.
- An OMS in the Cloud!
- Cloud Boosters: State Street and ING Join ECLC
- A 'Surge' in Colocation
Look for these exclusive, all-digital editions of Wall Street & Technology in 2011.
MAYCapital Markets Cloud Computing Report Many capital markets firms are looking to the cloud in some surprising ways.
JULYReinventing the Data Center Budget and competitive pressures are forcing Wall Street firms to reinvent the data center.
AUGUSTHow Active Retail Traders Are Pushing the Technology Envelope Active individual traders are demanding - and getting -- innovative tools and services from their retail brokers. Institutional traders should pay attention.
OCTOBERDATA LATENCY SPECIAL REPORT What is the next battleground in the low-latency race?
DECEMBERThe Multi-Asset Market Data Explosion Firms need to do more than keep up with the data explosion -- they need to make sense of it all.
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