In the second part of our 'Future of Financial Services' e-guide series, read about how the financial services industry is not just being shaken up with cosmetic changes, but is about to go through the process of being stripped down and rebuilt.
In this expert e-guide, DBA Brian Peasland helps you weigh the benefits of moving to the cloud. Discover how to take a strategic approach to implementing an Oracle cloud database that anticipates a variety of challenges from legal regulations to data security.
This week’s Computer Weekly examines research that suggests CEOs want to invest in IT more than ever, but still see CIOs as technical experts and not business people. We review SQL Server 2012 and ask if Microsoft's database software is catching its competitors as well as concluding our Buyer's Guide to data security.
SAP has said that it considers its in-memory data analytics enabler HANA the centerpiece of its IT strategy going forward, and that it will eventually power all SAP applications. But how exactly does in-memory technology work, and how might it affect your IT operations? Read this expert e-guide to find out.
Access this brief case study to learn how the right distributed database enabled communications company Fathom Voice to reduce latency, provide data consistency, and update in real-time across global offices.
Tablets are a great tool to allow employees access to business files and applications, without being tied to a physical desktop. Find out how a leading vendor can transform a tablet so users can have seamless tablet access to everything they need including business applications and files, without breaking budget or resources.
See how the Nytro product family from LSI provides financial services organizations with flash-based application acceleration to deliver real-time analytics to meet competitive, customer and compliance demands.
In this expert e-guide, explore the challenges that NoSQL databases are rising to meet, and how the latest developments in NoSQL database technology are interweaving with traditional relational databases.