Webster Bank Names New CIOJanuary 18, 2013Colin Eccles, former CIO at Umpqua, will focus on development of e-banking solutions at Connecticut-based Webster Bank.
Can the Cloud Ever Be Safe?September 10, 2012Can banks trust their client data to the cloud? Absolutely, say the experts, who suggest financial institutions manage the risks of cloud-based services as they would outsourcing risks -- only with more caution.
Banking the Unbankable Requires a Targeted EffortFebruary 28, 2012To tap the growing number of unbanked and underbanked consumers worldwide, banks need to be more aggressive in offering services and products specifically designed for the market.
CSC Acquires AppLabsSeptember 14, 2011The acquisition will enhance CSC's application testing capabilities in the financial services sector and beyond.
Making the Case for CoreFebruary 15, 2011To say the least, core banking systems renewal is a hot topic among banks. Here's an opportunity to learn more about one of the industry's top technology trends.
First Tennessee Becomes First U.S. Bank to Licence CSC's CeleritiOctober 20, 2010First Tennessee, a Memphis, Tenn.-based bank subsidiary of First Horizon National Corp. with $26.3 billion in assets, is the first U.S. bank to license technology provider CSC's new Celeriti Customer and Deposits software, CSC announced Wednesday at BAI Re
ACI Worldwide Expands Leadership Team April 08, 2009ACI Worldwide expands leadership team; former CA executive Louis Blatt is named chief product officer, and e-payments solutions provider also names execs to risk, EMEA and Asia Pacific management roles.
Cards May 04, 2005Product innovation is key to growth in the card business, but the ability to grow without sacrificing security, speed and reliability is critical. Banks that can provide these things, along with convenience for consumers and increased sales opportunities f
The Art of Outsourcing February 28, 2003Technology executives at JPMorgan Chase describe the firm's seven-year contract with IBM Global Services to outsource major portions of its data processing technology infrastructure, including mainframe operations, data centers, help desks, distributed com