This white paper considers grid computing's place in a cloud-enabled world, addresses options for optimizing onsite system performance, and discusses alternative on-premises solutions such as hardware acceleration and supercomputers.
This white paper discusses how financial institutions can overcome the challenge of non-standardised data and will look at various organisational data quality issues. It further explores how to make large quantities of data usable and easy to analyse.
This white paper offers guidance to help financial institutions select a secure collaboration solution that provides organizational control over its content within — and beyond — its corporate boundaries.
This white paper examines how traditional cyber-crime and fraud prevention techniques fall short, and explains why organisations must develop more sophisticated ways to thwart such attacks.
This white paper will discuss the various ways financial institutions can ensure document and information security and explains why Information Rights Management (IRM) is a critical protection tool for today’s enterprises.
This white paper discusses how capital markets firms now have the opportunity to move reference data to a utility and take enterprise data management to an industry level.
This white paper addresses cybercrimes, fraud and anti-money laundering. It will explore how organizations can harness powerful arrays of technologies and techniques to fight an effective multifaceted, long-term war against financial crime.
This white paper discusses a real-life example of how one finance team empowered itself to take on process improvement—creating repeatable and sustainable processes that allowed them to meet growing demands and improve quality.
This white paper explores the growing realization of the importance of data among financial firms. It explains how organisations can use data federation to create more agile systems and processes while still maintaining quality.
This white paper explores how managers can make tremendous leaps in efficiency and cost savings—using the resources they have, within the boundaries of their existing budgets.