The National Museum of Computing has again been looking into Computer Weekly's 50 years of magazine issues for another selection of articles highlighting significant news published in the month of July over the past five decades.
Société Générale, a leading European financial services institution, decided to adopt a process-centric approach to ensure the integrity of transactions end-to-end. This case study explains how they identified critical information exchanges between apps and assessed corresponding risk by embracing automated analytics.
This article in our Royal Holloway Security Series argues that an information sharing service between national banking systems and law enforcement agencies could counteract online fraud.
A key drawback of the Basel framework is its focus on historical capital adequacy, which does not help assess the impact of stress events on banks. Learn about how banks need an appropriate system to combine compliance with these risk-based capital adequacy regulations.
The number of people using mobile and online banking will increase dramatically over the next five years, with major technology implications for banks, this report from the Centre for Economics and Business Research (Cebr) and Fiserv reveals.
This case study examines Vontobel's implementation of the UC4 Workload Automation Suite to manage the business processes that span Avaloq and surrounding IT applications in support of its banking operations.
This week’s Computer Weekly contains an exclusive interview with JP Morgan COO India Gary-Martin about juggling multiple legacy IT systems while keeping the merchant bank compliant. We also look at how near-field communications technology promises to revolutionise consumer spending and we ask whether 2012 could be the year that APM becomes vital?
Analysts have predicted that 2014 will see the creation of "executives with no idea about IT sourcing" due to the many changes that digitisation will bring to IT outsourcing. In this issue CW Europe's outsourcing editor looks at how digitisation and consumerisation are changing the IT department.
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