Big Data Requires Big Storage
As banks continue to accumulate massive amounts of data, with no end in sight, the industry must find new ways to store it.
Actiance Launches Socialite Engage
The new platform allows financial institutions to share social media content with customers and still remain in compliance with government regulations.
Defining Big Data
What does big data actually mean, and how does it differ from data management? An industry expert breaks it down.
SOPA: 10 Key Facts About Piracy Bill
Despite mass opposition to the SOPA and PIPA anti-piracy bills, both continue to move forward in Congress. Here's an update on what's at stake and where the bills stand.
Are Banks' Legal Costs 25% Higher Than They Need to Be?
New research from a Viewpointe-sponsored AIIM report reveals that without a comprehensive records management system in place, financial institutions may be exposed to costly and potentially damaging legal action due to their limited ability to identify and isolate key records.
FDIC Updates Stress Test Proposal
As part of its compliance with provisions of the Dodd-Frank regulation, the FDIC board is proposing stress testing for large banks, and says affected banks would benefit from "improved internal assessments of capital adequacy."
Do Banks Deserve What’s Coming to Them?
Challenging market conditions, coupled with new legislative restrictions, make it essential that banks take a new approach to realizing revenue earned and to innovate for new revenue growth.
5 Community Banking Predictions for 2012
In 2012, community banks that put effort into improving their use of technology will be better equipped to serve customers, improve efficiency, control costs and find new growth opportunities.
The Path to SmartPhone Banking Apps
Despite mobile banking's growth, many financial institutions still view it as a cost rather than a revenue opportunity. In this roundtable we discuss how banks can speed up adoption rates and increase profit margins, and where deployment of apps fits into the strategy.
Why Banks Should Support CFPB's Cordray
A day after a recess appointment officially made him head of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, Richard Cordray defended the agency's role, reported on accomplishments so far, and identified upcoming agenda items -- including more scrutiny of non-banks.
Barclays Poaches HSBC Executive
Rumi Contractor, who held numerous senior positions at HSBC, will join Barclays as head of its U.K. retail and business banking unit.