John Mayall, JLT's chief architect, explains at Cloud Expo Europe how cloud is changing the organisation and how he is getting management on-board.
UK banking is in a fug. Research suggests deep satisfaction but some unlikely competitors are doing well. How?
Standard Chartered is the latest 'legacy' bank to slash thousands of jobs as it plays digital catch-up.
Outages at both NatWest and Sainsbury couldn't come at a worse time as competition heats up from new entrants as customers demand better services.
New-fashioned banking means old-fashioned CRM faux-pas from all sides with M&S Bank.
The innovative ways that Africa is using mobile technology in areas such as m-payment is already far ahead of the US and Europe and are set to explode over the next 18 months.
A new report released by the French retail banking association and Infosys has found that whilst innovation strategies are in place, banks still struggle to fully support them.
Lloyds Banking Group has announced a bold strategy to become a digital bank within 3 years. Is this feasible and is it what the customers really want?
The latest European Banking Authority stress tests suggest that UK banks could withstand another financial crisis – but the digital crisis is also increasingly pressing.
Ian Cohen, CIO of global insurance group JLT, explores why highly regulated industries still face major barriers to cloud adoption — and calls on suppliers to play a greater role in demolishing those.
Lost in the shadow of the sexy tech was Apple’s push into mobile payments, setting it on a collision course with the likes of PayPal and the credit card industry.