Whether it's the insurance sector, lending or full service banking there are a number of companies, often still in their early stages, disrupting the financial services sector. But who are these companies, where do they come from, and what drives them? In this e-guide, the second in a series, we meet another ten of them.
Read in this e-guide how Nordic banks are working together to make cross border payments in the region seamless. Also find out how Nordic banks are offering customers the opportunity to make payments via wearable devices and how the region's successful mobile payments platform, MobilePay, is futureproofing its business.
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.
Read this white paper to learn how certain digital transformation initiatives can help small to mid-sized banks capture new younger customers, improve existing client relationships, and create more value from on-hand data.
In this week's Computer Weekly, we look at how artificial intelligence is being used in the creative industries such as music and books. TSB's IT meltdown is symptomatic of the tech challenges facing UK banks – we examine the issues. And our latest buyer's guide analyses the trends in big data. Read the issue now.
In this week's Computer Weekly, we report on a programme to get more young women into cyber security. We look at fashion for online personas. And we examine edge computing as the new data frontier, and how cloud-native platforms and AI might transform the datacentre. Read the issue now.
This white paper describes an approach to data storage and protection that addresses the growing storage management challenges in the banking industry – including those introduced by big data.
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.