In this issue find out how blockchain is being tried out in Saudi Arabia to enable consumers to use their faces and blockchain-based apps to withdraw money from cash machines, rather than inserting PINs. Also, read how the UAE's Etihad Airways is working to use AI to help it better engage with staff and benefit from their knowledge and ideas.
In this week's Computer Weekly, a year after IR35 tax reforms were introduced, we assess the impact on the UK's IT talent pool – and it's not looking good. We examine the rise of industry clouds, and how they are changing the market. And we find out how London councils plan to work together on data and innovation. Read the issue now.
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 Nordic region is a place where people aren't afraid to try out the latest digital technologies. In banking for example, the region is leading the way in the age of open banking. Read here why this might be the case. But it goes way beyond the technology itself and has a lot to do with the attitude to change in the region.
To better understand the perspectives and concerns of today's CROs, the IBM Institute for Business Value interviewed banking risk management executives in depth and cosponsored a wider, cross-industry survey conducted by the Economist Intelligence Unit.
This short webcast highlights an authentication system with SMS ID verification and cloud-based threat detection offerings. Learn how services such as online banking can truly benefit from this system to ensure secure access to user accounts.
This white paper shows how mathematical optimization provide tools that deliver significant competitive advantage for solving the most challenging problems encountered in finance, including risk management, operational cost, and product innovation.
This article examines how after reviewing a number of solutions, Barclays Bank chose SecureWave's Sanctuary® Device Control which enabled complete lock down of USB ports and prevented all unauthorized connection of USB devices to the network.
New banking regulations required Fortis to more efficiently process credit applications. To achieve this, Fortis needed real-time access to external information resources, as well as seamless integration among branch offices.