A Google engineer,
testifying in a high-stakes trial pitting Oracle Corp against
Google Inc, denied that he referred to Oracle or any other
company when he wrote in an email that Google should take a
license to use the Java programming language.
The CRASH Report, a study of the structural quality of applications, reveals that banks have some work to do when it comes to making their customer-facing applications structurally sound and secure -- especially as they innovate in the mobile channel.
Finding that traditional database technologies reach their limits when confronted with Big Data, banks including Zions Bancorporation are exploring Apache's Hadoop open source platform to enable deeper analytics.
KeyBank names new commercial payments head; former RBS global transaction services executive Alfred Carpetto will oversee Key’s treasury management, international foreign exchange and institutional asset services businesses.
In its new report, Gartner gives advice to banks on how to stay relevant despite its prediction that external social web and cloud-based products will make up a quarter of consumer-driven banking services by 2015.