We asked Intel DCIM expert Jeff Klaus how to tame the fast-growing, power-hungry and blockchain-crazed energy demands of the modern enterprise data center
nCino is a third-party app with a special role at the heart of the Salesforce financial services cloud for retail banking
We look into the strategy for cloud evolution at UK financial services challenger Starling Bank.
Digital connections add new security risks to the supply chain. Companies including IBM and Maersk believe blockchain may provide the answer
Banks are leading the way in artificial intelligence as a means to reduce spending and risk. We look into technology and labor implications of these advances in the sector.
Will mainframes remain relevant to financial services firms as cloud computing becomes more reliable, flexible and cost-effective?
Upcoming regulatory technical standards for strong customer authentication are sparking controversy among European banks and service providers. We consider the implications of the new provisions.
One of the unlikely consequences of blockchain fever is that it has made IBM, the 106-year-old tech grey elephant cool again
Sharp criticism of the blockchain moves the debate about its efficacy beyond the cryptocurrency melée. Where is the merit in this burgeoning story?
The rise of insurtechs looking to win a tech-savvy audience is applying pressure on insurance sector firms to offer innovative products and improve internal operations.
Financial services firms face a number of hurdles to adoption of new and especially disruptive technologies. Is it any easier to introduce innovation in partnership with a large supplier? SAP thinks it can ease the pain.
Customer-centricity is at the heart of the new Success Cloud which formally launches this week at Dreamforce.
As fintech startups flourish, IBM wants to act as honest broker for selected fintech services. Tom Eck, CTO IBM Platforms explains.