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Banks’ legacy liability is resolved by the cloud

So I just finished presenting at a Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery conference.  Not my strongest subject although, after years of battering my liver with alcohol, I am pretty adept at Disaster Recovery. Anyways, not knowing much about the subject, I just called the presentation Life’s a Glitch, as there …

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Banks’ legacy liability is resolved by the cloud

So I just finished presenting at a Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery conference.  Not my strongest subject although, after years of battering my liver with alcohol, I am pretty adept at Disaster Recovery. Anyways, not knowing much about the subject, I just called the presentation Life’s a Glitch, as there …

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Visions of the Future

As we enjoy the headlines coming out of CES in San Francisco: Android device sales 'to top one billion' in 2014 Google Glass-controlled treadmill debuts at CES 2014 Samsung unveils new Galaxy NotePro and TabPro tablets Samsung shows off its Bendable TV Michael Bay walks out of CES after fluffing Samsung TV …

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The Future of Money (in Denmark)

One of our partners at the Financial Services Club is CFIR, the Copenhagen Finance IT Region. CFIR is an EU-funded networking group in Denmark who produce research and events around the developments in Danish banking and payments. Over the past year, CFIR has worked with the Copenhagen Business School, IBM, …

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The Future of Money (in Denmark)

One of our partners at the Financial Services Club is CFIR, the Copenhagen Finance IT Region. CFIR is an EU-funded networking group in Denmark who produce research and events around the developments in Danish banking and payments. Over the past year, CFIR has worked with the Copenhagen Business School, IBM, …

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Are banks ready for Cloud?

Cloud

We had a lively meeting at the Financial Services Club the other day, talking about cloud computing in banking. I say lively because it is still clear to me that cloud is misunderstood in banking. I guess because cloud is this amorphous mass of stuff that is ill-defined and hard …

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