By Martin J. Garvey, InformationWeek | February 03, 2003
Storage management grows more sophisticated as managers seek more control over data. Companies including Conseco Finance Corp., KeyCorp, and Grant Thornton LLP implement low-cost, real-time storage solutions.
By Alenka Grealish, Celent Communications | January 17, 2003
Heightened competition from non-banks, a persistent bearish market, and a general erosion of consumer confidence will continue to influence banks' IT decisions in 2003. In particular, Celent expects banks to step up their privacy, security, and risk management efforts.
In wanting to encourage long-term relationships with its retail brokerage customers, Bank of America has very much a 21st-century outlook. Until recently, however, it had to make do with Stone Age tools.
National Commerce Financial Corp. wanted more than the typical transaction-based solutions being offered on the market. To give its customers a more personalized experience, NCF decided it had to build its own system.