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Based on the presentations at the Finovate Fall 2012 conference last week in New York City, personal financial management, investment tools, and small business technology are the hot technology trends now.
Investments in multichannel banking have been focusing on traditional and commonly known media such as mobile, web, branches, paper, email, and ATMs. These strategies have no doubt brought tremendous advances in customer experience, operating cost synergies,…
Big data, three-dimensional (3-D) printing, activity streams, internet television, near-field communication payment, cloud computing, and media tablets are among the fastest-moving technologies identified in Gartner Inc.'s 2012 Hype Cycle for Emerging Technologies report.  
The process of confirming client data in response to auditor requests is as routine and mundane as anything in the business of banking, but with recent technological advances the old paper-based system likely will switch to…
Apple, Google, Microsoft look to lock up the “superstack”
With the onslaught of electronic channels—from online and mobile banking to social media marketing—and the proliferation of gadgets—smart phones, tablets, and ever-slimmer laptops—the opportunity for cyber threats is increasing exponentially.     
Effective strategies for using a business process model approach to overcome challenges in corporate lending
Information is power. Now, it’s money, too. Ignore it at  your peril

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