Apple and Samsung have struck separate deals with China's UnionPay bank to bring their mobile payment services to the Chinese market in 2016.
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In the wake of the SEC's cyber security examinations and a subsequent report, three causes for celebration and three serious action items have emerged from the SEC's recent cyber security examinations. These illustrate where the financial services industry should focus its information security efforts.By Joe Stanganelli Attorney, Beacon Hill Law, 6 comments | Read | Post a Comment
Banks have an opportunity to not only specify and assess controls, but also inspire a strategic and robust approach to risk management. By Sean Cronin VP, General Manager for Risk Suite business,ProcessUnity, 3 comments | Read | Post a Comment
Integrated biometrics and specialized mobile banking apps are working in tandem to bring two major benefits to financial institutions and their customers. By Joe Stanganelli Attorney, Beacon Hill Law, 4 comments | Read | Post a Comment
After more than 50 years of reporting on the bank technology industry, Bank Systems & Technology will fold into InformationWeek. It’s been a great ride. By Kathy Burger Editorial Director, 5 comments | Read | Post a Comment
Industry insiders are bullish on lending growth but say banks need to make significant customer experience investments to compete with alternative lenders.
By Anne Rawland Gabriel Technology writer and marketing communications consultant, 5 comments | Read | Post a Comment
When its performance measurement system could no longer keep up with global competition, National Australia Bank chose Eagle Investment Systems' rules-based software.By Anne Rawland Gabriel Technology writer and marketing communications consultant, 0 comments | Read | Post a Comment
Digital banking went from buzzword to standard in 2014. Bank Systems & Technology’s top 7 articles about digital illustrate the concept’s momentum.By Kathy Burger Editorial Director, 2 comments | Read | Post a Comment
Investment in big data is increasing, but it means squat if there's no talent to program the tools, analyze the results, and create business value. Universities are responding by creating programs to train a generation of data scientists.By Becca Lipman Senior Editor, 0 comments | Read | Post a Comment
For small and midsize businesses, the benefits of public cloud services are many. Larger enterprises, however, may see less of a payoff. By Andrew Froehlich President & Lead Network Architect, West Gate Networks, 0 comments | Read | Post a Comment
Workforce challenges, new competition, and the emerging digital banking paradigm were the big banking stories in 2014. Here’s what BS&T’s community was reading this year.By Kathy Burger Editorial Director, 1 Comment | Read | Post a Comment
Every quarter, investment bank Berkery Noyes compiles an analysis fintech M&A trends. Berkery's managing director John Guzzo shares his insights on trends to look out for in the fintech market next year.By Jonathan Camhi Associate Editor, Bank Systems and Technology, 0 comments | Read | Post a Comment
Three best-practices that can reverse the data dilemma and help realize the full potential of modernization projects in banking.By Ansh Patnaik Senior Director, Industry Solutions, Delphix, 0 comments | Read | Post a Comment
Here's a yearend toast to the top headlines in cloud, mobile, integrated marketing, embedded analytics, and software license management in 2014.By Doug Henschen Executive Editor, Enterprise Apps, 0 comments | Read | Post a Comment
Joseph Sieczkowski, CTO of TIAA-CREF, says the model for how digital innovation can change a business is well documented, and financial firms can embrace it.By Nathan Golia Senior editor, Insurance & Technology, 0 comments | Read | Post a Comment
Bank Systems & Technology Dec. 2, 2014BS&T's 2014 Elite 8 executives are leading their banks to success, whether it involves leveraging the cloud, modernizing core systems, or transforming into digital enterprises.