The emergence of service-oriented architecture and grid computing offers banks the promise of a flexible, scalable IT infrastructure. But creating an open architecture doesn't come without challenges, such as upgrading legacy systems and chang
Rather than rely on disaster recovery plans to pick up the pieces after a business disruption, banks are shifting their focus to business continuity plans to keep operations running through a disaster.
Nearly a third of all U.S. workers will soon be over the age of 50, and nearing retirement. Combine that with fewer young people entering tech careers, and that leaves a skills and staff gap that older workers can fill.
How are bank customers changing, and what must financial institutions do to meet these evolving requirements? Establishing flexible infrastructures and adapting systems to provide appropriate customer support and product development are critical steps.