Published By: FireEye
Published Date: Mar 05, 2014
Cyber attacks are growing more sophisticated and, more often than not, target small and midsize businesses (SMBs). One unlucky click - a malicious email attachment, a link to a legitimate but compromised website - could result in a costly data breach that drains your bank account and customer trust.
This paper explains targeted attacks and examines reasons cyber attackers are aiming at small and midsize businesses, including:
Value of your data;
Low risk and high returns for criminals;
Why SMBs are easier targets.
Published By: Ipswitch
Published Date: Dec 01, 2014
The third largest US-based provider of inter-bank transaction services offers a Financial Services case study illustrating the automation of over 1,100 tasks by MOVEit Core and MOVEit Central for managing financial transactions. MOVEit File Transfer to manage file transfers to client banks, regulators, and other financial institutions. Companion product MOVEit Central to
automate file-based business processes.
You rely on cloud technology more than you may realize—when you post to social media, download music, or view your bank balance online. These everyday uses are not so different from the opportunities the cloud affords your business. Cloud technology has proven to do several things very well—improve cash flow, increase business capabilities, and simplify processes across the organization—all in a platform that’s more accessible and reliable than on-premises hardware. Migrating to the cloud brings faster access to the data and processes your business needs to compete and grow in today’s marketplace. Download this white paper from Epicor Software to learn why moving to the cloud is easier than you might expect.
Many organizations consider optimization only for their largest or most challenging business problems, often utilizing a small number of Operations Research professionals. But in our age of Big Data, market globalization and increased competition, many organizations are successfully making the case that optimization can be applied to a wider variety of business and operational decisions, and be developed by a new group of users — the organization’s business analysts.
With a proven track record of results demonstrating that organizations can increase profitability with business analysts applying optimization to many types of business problems, FICO’s proven development methodology is giving organizations the confidence to extend optimization practices across their enterprises.
This Event Proceedings document captures key takeaways from discussions at a recent executive dinner in London hosted by VMware. Focused on Digital Workspace emergence in the Financial Services sector, the invitation only event attracted a largely IT executive audience. The event was by invitation only and attracted an audience consisting largely of IT executives from the Financial Services in the United Kingdom. The session saw an open, spirited exchange of views on the state of end user computing initiatives amongst the present banks and insurance organizations. Attendees also discussed the impact of digital transformation initiatives on end user computing, and what this means for CIOs and IT departments in this sector.
Customers demand more from financial services. Changing customer preferences, non-bank Fintechs and regulatory pressure are disrupting financial services. Here's why digital transformation is the only way forward.
The Fed’s interest rate manipulations have many consumers wondering what’s going to happen next. In June 2017, the Fed increased its short-term rate by a quarter point, the third time in six months that it had done so. At the time, the Fed said it would likely raise the rate again by the end of 2017, but industry watchers now
speculate that the agency may hold off doing so until sometime in 2018.
Today’s financial services organizations recognize that success starts with strong relationships built on trust and transparency. In a competitive market, a company’s employees can make or break these crucial relationships through their interactions with customers. That’s why businesses — from wealth management and insurance firms to banks and credit unions — are investing in automated workforce solutions to help them attract, engage, and retain top talent while controlling costs and driving exceptional service.
Managing a diverse workforce of exempt and nonexempt employees across back-office, contact center, and frontline operations is no easy feat. Finding and keeping best-fit employees is challenging enough, but you also need to optimize day-to-day functions like time and attendance, scheduling, payroll, labor cost and productivity tracking, and compliance management to stay competitive and profitable. Given this complexity, it is not surprising that management teams are not alway
"Banking is going through a digital revolution.
Read the eBook and learn how DocuSign helps banks digitize both internal and external mission-critical processes to achieve:
• 80% faster cycle times
• 93% fewer errors and millions of dollars in savings and productivity gains
• 10% improved customer experience"
Seit über 30 Jahren basiert die Datenverwaltung in Unternehmen auf relationalen Datenbanken.
Doch die modernen Verfahren für die Entwicklung und den Betrieb von Anwendungen in Kombination mit der rasant steigenden Zahl neuer Datenquellen und den immer umfangreicheren Workloads der Anwender übersteigen zunehmend die Möglichkeiten relationaler Datenbanken. Die dadurch entstehenden Einschränkungen im Hinblick auf die Flexibilität und Skalierbarkeit sowie die steigenden finanziellen Belastungen bewegen mehr und mehr Unternehmen dazu, zu alternativen Datenbanken wie MongoDB oder NoSQL zu migrieren.
Published By: dinCloud
Published Date: Jun 19, 2018
When Bank of England, a leading mortgage lender, recently sought a technology refresh, dinCloud provided a solution that not only met their technology requirements, it addressed some long-standing operational challenges that had been facing the business.
Adobe article that condenses/highlights key findings from the Econsultancy Digital Marketing in the Financial Services and Insurance
Sector 2017 Study, an in-depth, 5000+ word report covering FSI executives’ opinions on:
– General trends in retail banking, investment banking, and insurance
– Internal structures their companies are using to execute digital transformation
– The biggest threats/disruptions in the industry
– The biggest priorities in 2017 (leaders are focusing on both customer retention and customer acquisition, mainstream is focusing just on customer retention)
– Main sources of sales and leads (digital + mobile are steadily increasing sources)
– Digital marketing budgets & investment areas (leaders are investing more in digital marketing automation and analytics)
– Use of the cloud and AI to automate analysis and marketing
– The importance of multichannel personalization
– Innovation in the types/formats of products/services provided (leaders are focusing on imp
Published By: Polycom
Published Date: Mar 13, 2015
As the financial services industry moves away from its historic focus—on high margin business, banking, brokerage, insurance, trading, wealth management, and payment companies—they must rethink and strengthen the ways they interact with markets
and customers. Organizations that fail to provide personalized services for their clients or to satisfy increasingly demanding customers will struggle to keep their position as competitors innovate at every turn.