24 January 2017

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Karyn JefferyFujitsu - London

How IoT is Transforming the Digital Workplace

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Driving greater mobility and efficiency with the Internet of Things The modern digital workplace is all about enabling you to work wherever you want. Work becomes a thing you do, rather than a place you go. We need flexible, connected systems in place to foster collaboration and innovation. It’s important to facilitate the individual choices worke...

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Mary DefilippeEka - Norwalk

Self-Service Analytics Redefines Commodity Trading

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When computers were first developed, only people who knew operating system commands could use them. The advent of graphical interfaces changed that. Before the arrival of the internet, information was carefully curated and coded by librarians. Now anyone with a web browser has access to encyclopedias’ worth of information. At one time, only profes...

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Emma Foley
Emma FoleyCR2 - Dubai

Virtual reality banking? Now that IS science fiction.

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Virtual Reality noun a realistic simulation of an environment, including three-dimensional graphics, by a computer system using interactive software and hardware. - Dictonary.com Back in early Febru...

TagsRetail bankingInnovationGroupInnovation in Financial Services
Milos Dunjic
Milos DunjicTD Bank Group - Toronto

Limited Capabilities of Smart Contracts

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Smart contracts are discrete computer program units, which are deployed inside blockchain network nodes. Once they are ready for deployment, one-way hash value of the code is calculated and digitally ...

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Jeremy Light
Jeremy LightAccenture - London

The three Cs of PSD2 success - compliance, collaboration and consent

23 January 2017  |  3051 views  |  1 comments | recommendations Recommends 0

The measures in the PSD2 (and in the UK, the CMA banking remedies) to open up consumer banking data to third parties will undoubtedly lead to new innovations and consumer benefits, but I see three cha...

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Rhodri James
Rhodri JamesProvenir - London

Shaking Off the Tech Debt

23 January 2017  |  2000 views  |  0 comments | recommendations Recommends 0

When it comes to technology, established companies from the pre-digital era understandably think start-ups have got it made; that they can’t possibly relate to the challenges of legacy systems and inf...

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Mohan Krishnan
Mohan KrishnanWipro Ltd - Bangkok

Is blockchain necessary?

23 January 2017  |  4330 views  |  1 comments | recommendations Recommends 0

There is no dearth of material to tell us what is blockchain, how it is going to transform our lives in the years to come, where it could be applied, etc and the list is endless. That it is the next b...

TagsBlockchainInnovationGroupInnovation in Financial Services
Bhavesh Vaghela
Bhavesh VaghelaBarclaycard - Northampton

Digital Transformation Awesome Product Owner

22 January 2017  |  3198 views  |  1 comments | recommendations Recommends 1

One of the expected outputs of digital transformation should be epic digital products. Products that engage, add value and seamlessly intertwine into the lives of users. Nostalgic reference alert… Dig...

TagsRetail bankingInnovation
Tayloe Draughon
Tayloe DraughonDraughon.us - Chicago

Pre-Trade Risk for Futures in the Future

21 January 2017  |  2839 views  |  0 comments | recommendations Recommends 0

Liquidation Only. Did your heart skip a beat? In futures and options trading when we hear “Liquidation Only” it means that something went wrong. Someone is losing money. The broker wants all new inves...

TagsTrade executionRisk & regulationGroupCapital Markets Technology
John Safa
John SafaPushfor Ltd - London

Email isn’t fit for purpose for sending confidential information

20 January 2017  |  3190 views  |  0 comments | recommendations Recommends 1

Banks are struggling with email. It’s no longer an immediate form of communication, for most of us it’s a massive headache, and most importantly it’s risky. It’s too easy to send something from the wr...

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