The Buy Side Looks to the Cloud to Reign In 2011 IT Costs
The post-credit crisis freeze has begun to thaw across Wall Street but experts predict buy-side firms will still be a bit gun shy when the time comes to invest aggressively in their information technology infrastructures in 2011.
9 IT Priorities for 2011
The IT function will play a key role in Wall Street's efforts to grow and innovate while meeting emerging regulatory requirements.
2011 Hiring Trends for Wall Street
Wall Street shed thousands of jobs in 2009. But the outlook for restaffing in 2011 is limited, with a few specialties fairing better than others.
Wall Street Firms Going Mobile in 2011
To thrive in today's ultracompetitive and economically uncertain market, Wall Street firms need to adapt to the desire of bankers, traders, advisers and clients to always be connected while on the go.
Fidelity Launches App For Android
With the new Android app, investors can access up-to-the-minute domestic and world market data, streaming news headlines, full news stories with graphical content, real-time quotes, interactive charting, and links to Fidelity's Twitter and Facebook pages.
Omega ATS to Offer Fixed Income Trading
Omega ATS, a high speed alternative trading platform for Canadian exchange-listed stocks, announced that it will now allow fixed income trading on the system.
IP Telephony Comes of Age on the Trading Floor
With quality and overhead concerns a thing of the past, Wall Street firms are building out their Internet Protocol infrastructures to leverage new capabilities enabled by the convergence of voice and data.
Firms Can Find Efficiency in Technology Commons
Technology Commons provide banks with opportunities to utilize their IT investments more cost-effectively, drive down their fixed IT costs and free up more capital for discretionary projects.
Are You WikiLeaks Proof?
Just because Julian Assange has surrendered to British officials it doesn't mean that the story of WikiLeaks is over. Especially for your buy side firm.