T. Rowe Price Joins Growing Opposition to Dell Buyout February 13, 2013Dell's third-largest shareholder, T. Rowe Price, joined a growing number of investors putting pressure on Michael Dell and his partner Silver Lake to sweeten their $24.4 billion buyout offer. Dell Releases Big Data Retention Product With Searchable Data Compression July 23, 2012The Dell Big Data Retention solution utilizes RainStor data compression techniques. Dell Caters to Financial Services Clients with NYC Solutions Center May 10, 2012Banks can work with Dell and other technology providers to validate technology deployments in a realistic and globally connected testing environment. Data Security: Who’s Winning the Cyber War? April 09, 2012The growing sophistication of cyber attacks and the proliferation of vulnerabilities resulting from the rise of mobile computing are forcing financial institutions to rethink data security and embrace new fraud-fighting techniques and technologies, includi How to Protect Employees' Mobile Devices From Cyber Attacks April 05, 2012With many financial services employees conducting business on the go, their smartphones and mobile devices increasingly are targets of cyber attackers. Waddell & Reed Deploys Investment Management System May 20, 2009Phase one rollout of Charles River platform across four equity desks said to streamline workflows and FIX trading.
Xsigo, Dell Team to Virtualize Enterprise Data Center Infrastructure February 03, 2009Dell and Xsigo launch joint solution to virtualize data centers E-Discovery: IT Execs Are Overconfident and Underprepared July 29, 2008A new study shows that there is a big disconnect between IT executives' perceived and actual litigation readiness. Glenmede Trust Company Streamlines With Imprivata SSO Solution September 24, 2007Deploying a single sign-on solution streamlines Glenmede's operations and eliminates a mushrooming security risk. Indentity Theft-Related Data Breaches Inceasingly Stemming From Laptop Theft May 31, 2007When it comes to these six security technologies, well-known doesn't mean widely used. But maybe they should be. Hiring the Next Generation of Quants March 31, 2006To find quantitative skill sets, Wall Street firms are getting creative, including running trading contests and making acquisitions to secure talent. People & Careers May 25, 2005Citadel's Hirschfeld Joins Asset Control; Hibschman Leaves BGI; Freddie Mac Pushes Operational Efficiency; Keeping Tabs Looking to Recruit Traders? May 24, 2005Preparing college students for real life is a difficult challenge. Sun’s Wall Street Courtship Includes Simpler Utility Computing Model September 23, 2004It was back to the future for Sun Microsystems as it conducted its quarterly product launch this week in New York, where the company pledged to continue its efforts to recapture its onetime dominance among financial-services companies. Basel II: Coming to America September 21, 2004Now that the accord will apply to the U.S. securities industry, some firms are playing catch-up. ISE Opts For New Board Member January 05, 2004Thomas Cardello is the newest addition to the board of directors for the International Securities Exchange. Lehman Brothers Chooses Iron Mountain for E-Mail Archiving Solution July 18, 2002As the New York Attorney General continues to investigate analyst/investment banking conflicts of interest, e-mail seems to be the evidence of choice. Disaster Fallout October 08, 2001Bear Stearns is Counting on Vendors Like IPC, Dell and Eizo Nanao as it Moves Forward with its Major Trading Floor Relocation. Bear Stearns Marches on With Trading Floor Relocation October 08, 2001Bear Stearns is Counting on Vendors Like IPC, Dell and Eizo Nanao as it Moves Forward with its Major Trading Floor Relocation.
Financial Firms Looking for Better Visibility via New Data Displays June 14, 2000Chuck Epstein analyzes the latest innovations in flat panel displays.