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In This Issue:
Banks Take to the Clouds: More than two-thirds of
the bank technologists surveyed by Bank Systems & Technology
and InformationWeek Analytics said their banks are using,
developing or evaluating cloud computing solutions. But many aren't
even sure how to define the technology. Our exclusive study breaks down
cloud use among banks and provides insight into the future of cloud
computing in banking.
Cloud Blockers: Despite its promise, cloud
computing faces several very real obstacles to adoption, including
security fears, old applications and vendor licensing issues.
ING Builds a Cloud: ING estimates that it can
double processing speeds and cut costs in half by leveraging the cloud.
Safety First: By doing their homework on security
practices and extending IT auditing processes to providers, banks can
operate safely in the clouds.
How to Develop a Successful Cloud Strategy
3 Ingredients for Every Effective Cloud
Good Apps, Bad Apps for the Cloud
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regulatory compliance, lending, product development and fraud prevention
are just a few of the core business capabilities that depend on
effective data management.