Archive for tag: cloud computing

Six reasons why cloud computing will transform the way banks serve clients – and the five hurdles to overcome

August 8, 2014

Written by Banking Tech Alastair Brown is head of eChannels at RBS global transaction services The European Commission wants to bring down the barriers to cloud computing in a move that promises to revolutionize the way transaction banks can serve clients, writes Alastair Brown. By providing near-unlimited hardware and software resources on an off-the-peg, pay-as-you-go […]

The hardware guy: how Bank of America is building a new infrastructure

December 23, 2013

By David Bannister David Reilly, head of the Technology Infrastructure unit at Bank of America, began his career in financial services IT started in the UK working nightshifts in the kind of environment where magnetic tapes had to be loaded for batch processes to run and the concept of real-time processing was not a factor. […]

Changing The Cloud Security Conversation

November 13, 2013

A Risk Management-Focused Approach By Chris Rezek, Consultant – McKinsey & Company Cloud computing is being rapidly adopted by enterprise IT, but concerns about trust are still inhibiting the rate of that adoption, particularly for financial services and public cloud. To enable prudent cloud adoption, enterprises should expand scope beyond technology-focused security questions to include […]

Locked Into the Cloud

October 18, 2013

By Emily Maxie You probably know from personal experience how tough it can be to change from one service provider to another. Think about the last time you changed your Internet service or gym membership. It was probably a pain, and there’s a reason. Most vendors don’t want you to have a seamless transition from […]

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