Blockchain has witnessed tremendous advancement in technology, precisely in front office functions, leaving the middle and back-end office in the lurch
Small businesses today have many vulnerable computing devices and software packages while a majority of them have no means to track most organizations have an asset management problem
Cities are gradually adopting innovative asset management solutions and strategies to upgrade the infrastructure
In recent years, blockchain technology has become ubiquitous and the introduction of blockchain into capital markets has garnered much interest.
Blockchain technology is capitalizing on rising investment and interest to transform capital markets.
The inception of the cutting-edge electronic trading platform MetaTrader 4 is easily one of the greatest accomplishments in retail foreign exchange history, at least in the recent years.
Blockchain technology, also known as distributed ledger technology (DLT), secures information and promotes transparency of transactions with an immutable ledger.
With the growing popularity, one question that plagued the minds of investors is the type of regulations that are put in place to govern the blockchain technology itself.
With evolving technologies, an organization’s security framework must evolve at an equal pace to ensure seamless digital transformation.
Traditional property asset management is transforming to capitalize on the opportunity to improve convenience for the former and the latter via enhanced experiences.