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This is the November 2013 digital issue of Wall Street & Technology. Our cover story takes a look ahead at the top business and technology challenges that capital markets organizations will face in 2014. With SEFs finally hitting their stride, cloud technologies maturing, big data enabling deeper analytics and budgets remaining tight, business and IT leaders will have their plates full once again in the new year.
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In This Issue:
IT Reinvestment In 2014? Following a few years of focusing on technology for compliance, can firms focus on IT for competitive advantage once again?
8 Business/IT Trends: WS&T's editors have identified eight trends for 2014, including revamping market structure, open source hardware, mobile malware and finding raw IT talent.
Cloud & Big Data Reality Check: Cloud and big data are two separate technologies that have received much attention in recent years. 2014 is the year that they should show benefits for capital markets organizations.
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