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Why Banks Should Build Their Future on a Data Platform

I’ve just finished visiting and speaking at some of the world’s most exciting financial services and technology events, including Sibos in Toronto and the Singapore FinTech Festival. No matter where you go, it’s clear that banks, insurers, and other financial institutions are struggling with the ever-growing volume and complexity of data. However, it’s also clear …continue reading Why Banks Should Build Their Future on a Data Platform

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Notes and Thoughts on Sibos 2017

The financial services industry is transforming, and there are two major drivers shaping the banking industry. The first is regulations and compliance. While this is nothing new for the banks, the regulatory requirements have become more complex and must be completed faster, and larger data sets must be processed. Also, the global regulatory environment has …continue reading Notes and Thoughts on Sibos 2017

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Get Ready for Sibos 2017 with Intel

Sibos 2017 launches next week in Toronto and Intel is excited to participate in this global industry event for the fourth year. Sibos has been a great venue to help us understand the key challenges and dynamics impacting the industry (see Sibos 2016 Insights). The theme at Sibos this year is “Building for the Future.” …continue reading Get Ready for Sibos 2017 with Intel

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Blockchain’s Road to Adoption

Trust is a foundational value of civilization. Laws, money, and social customs work because people trust the governments, markets, and social groups that support them. Blockchain promises to revolutionize how finance, government, banking, and commerce work because it provides a new source of trust. Instead of having to rely on potentially flawed human institutions, organizations …continue reading Blockchain’s Road to Adoption

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