Do's and Don'ts of Change Management in Financial Systems Initiatives
Tim Hird, Executive Director, Robert Half Management Resources
Taking a Transformative Leap with Big Data
Saro Jahani, CIO, Direct Edge
What Wearables can do for Capital Market Industry
Georgette Kiser, CIO, The Carlyle Group
Information Security Awareness - It's Time We Know What Works
Michael G. Carr, CISO, University of Kentucky
Chris Ferreri, Chief Operating Officer, HTD
The aggregation of the broker data also provides the broader market with a technology that enables useful insights into the municipal market.
Dr. Scott Zoldi, Chief Analytics Officer, FICO
Data doesn’t sit still; it’s constantly moving and growing. We know there’s valuable intelligence to be extracted from this data, which has led to the current boom in business analytics and related technologies, particularly machine learning.
Ken Barnes, SVP, Corporate Development, Options IT
Technologies relevant to the financial services community come and go with varying degrees of signal to noise, and of course more often than not skew towards the latter end of that spectrum.
James Geeslin, Vice Chairman and Chief Consumer Banking Officer, Extraco Banks
Due to the continued whirlwind of changes in the banking industry and shrinking margins, community banks across the nation are focusing more diligently on streamlining operations and enhancing efficiencies
Vic Winkler, CTO, Covata
In capital markets, information is as much a currency as money is. Yet this fact is not reflected in how we protect sensitive data or IT-enabled conversations. Why is this?
Dr. John Bates, CTO, Intelligent Business Operations
Crises in capital markets are often hitting the headlines today. In 2010, a “Flash Crash” caused the Dow Jones Industrial average to tumble almost a thousand points before recovering most losses within 30 minutes.
Marian F. Cook, Chief Strategy Officer, State of Illinois
With hardware power increasing and costs dropping, the convergence of the Internet of Things, the big data it creates, and the ability to make sense of it via AI is about to take off.
Jonathan Reichental, CIO, City of Palo Alto
I’ve seen a lot of new ideas. I mean a lot. I’ve been right a few times about what would succeed.
Mikhail Palatnik, Vice President, Product Management, Insurance & Spatial, CoreLogic
Companies can also use geospatial and weather verification analytics to identify claim outliers and investigate cases of fraud, so their efforts can focus solely on their customers who qualify for and require services.
Nick Montgomery, Chief Research Officer, PeopleAdmin
There’s a common business phrase: If you can’t measure it, you can’t improve it. That applies to education too. School districts looking to improve their hiring process need to start with tracking the basic statistics.
Brent Bailey, CIO, GPS Capital Markets
There has been a widespread evolution in the financial industry since 2002, in regards to software and hardware.