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.
In this issue of CW Nordics, we take a look at how one of the Nordic region's big, traditional banks is going about meeting the challenges posed by new digital entrants into the finance sector. And it is another large traditional player, but this time in the IT world, which Nordea is turning to for support– none other than Big Blue.
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.
Outsourcing Center and Wipro performed a survey that aimed to gauge how banking institutions are doing with their customer experience initiatives. While not a complete picture of how these financial institutions are progressing with their customer experience efforts, survey results point to some general trends and beliefs in this important area.
For Commerzbank streamlining the corporate credit lines to corporations and institutions, streamlining the corporate credit lending process to reduce paper and drive down costs had become a top priority.
This paper looks at the ways that banks are having to adapt to rise to these challenges, the constraints they face and how innovative changes in IT infrastructure can release time, money and capacity to meet the demands of the new banking landscape.
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 case study highlights one bank's successful enforcement of a strong password policy by implementing a single sign-on (SSO) solution. Read on to learn how you can maintain GLBA compliance, and reduce IT's access management.