Regulators Not Prepared for Financial Services Cloud and Mobile Adoption March 19, 2013Panelists at ISITC forum discuss the role of social and mobile in the financial enterprise, but lament regulators' lack of guidance. Despite High Hopes, BB10 Likely To Become Only A Niche Player January 30, 2013The new platform offers a different user experience, but this might not be enough to reverse the company's slide. How To Turn a Hedge Fund Into an Informer January 08, 2013The Financial Crimes Enforcement Network is working on a rule that could force hedge funds to blow the whistle on themselves. New Rule Could Turn U.S. Hedge Funds Into Informers on Fraud January 04, 2013Financial regulators are pushing to turn hedge funds into informers on the white collar crime beat. The Evolution of Outsourcing in Wall Street IT January 02, 2013Asset managers are outsourcing more and more middle- and back-office functions, a trend that will likely accelerate in 2013. BlackBerry Will Finally Announce Its ComeBack ... in January November 12, 2012BlackBerry 10 has some cool new features. But will Wall Street execs leave their iPhones for the BlackBerry? Capital Markets Outlook 2013: Business Sourcing Gains Traction November 07, 2012The economic environment following the financial crisis has forced financial firms to scrutinize all aspects of the business to determine which business processes can be managed and run by partners. Goldman, Credit Suisse Emerge From Crisis As Top Providers of Brokerage Services October 02, 2012A survey by data group Hedge Fund Intelligence covers names Goldman as the leading
"prime broker." Was the Bank of America Outage A Denial of Service Attack or An Internal Error? September 19, 2012A group called the "Cyber fighters of Izz ad-din Al qassam," a reference to the military wing of Hamas, made threats against Bank of America and NYSE. Tablet Usage to Explode in Capital Markets August 15, 2012Seventy percent of capital markets users will buy or upgrade a tablet in the next 18 months, according to a S&P Capital IQ study. Citi Expects 66 Percent Drop in BlackBerry Use After Implementing BYOD Strategy May 31, 2012Financial firms once supported only the BlackBerry, but now Apple's iOS and the iPhone and iPad are gaining momentum across the Street. BlackBerry Claws At Comeback With New Phone, But It's Not Looking Good May 02, 2012At RIM’s annual conference, attendees caught a glimpse of what the new BlackBerry will look like. But response was tepid at best. 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 Mobile: Data Security's New Frontier April 06, 2012As clients increasingly expect to be able to trade, transfer funds and do almost anything else they can do on a PC from their mobile devices, Wall Street technology executives must figure out how to protect data outside the enterprise. 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. The Key to Protecting Financial Data April 04, 2012Protecting financial data requires finding the right balance between security and access, says Tabb Group's Alex Tabb. Data-Centric Security Offers Best Defense Against Cyber Threats April 03, 2012Data-centric security offers the best defense against advanced persistent threats, argues Voltage Security's Mark Bower. BlackBerry: From Wall Street Staple To A Relic Of The Past? March 28, 2012Some analysts believe RIM's next earnings report, due Thursday, could spell the end of an era. Lightspeed Financial Launches Prime Brokerage Unit October 17, 2011Lightspeed Institutional offers a prime brokerage platform for institutional investors. Does Insider Trading Warrant A 24-Year Prison Sentence? September 20, 2011Next week a judge will be handing down a sentence to Raj Rajaratnam, former head of the Galleon Group.