Dan and Anthony chat about Waters' biggest annual conference.
The increase in the use of artificial intelligence holds great potential for the future of trading technology, as long as humans and machines can work together.
Aggelos is encouraged by the burgeoning growth of socially responsible technologies within the capital markets, but says there is still a lot more work for vendors and financial firms to do.
The Consolidated Audit Trail is exactly what the industry needs right now.
How to sum up 2016? John considers what the year means for asset managers going forward into 2017.
The Fundamental Review of the Trading Book offers banks the opportunity to finally look closely at their legacy infrastructure, as it portends more and more regulatory and operational changes, Emilia says.
The Buy-Side Technology Awards, the annual awards that focus on the third-party technology community serving the global asset management industry, turned 10 this year.
When opting for the Agile software development methodology, Victor says firms should think carefully about how to time their releases.
Anthony chats with three of the four creators of the Julia programming language.
A recent WSJ story highlighting the increase of artificial intelligence courses offered at business schools should mean further growth for the innovative technology.
John considers some of last week’s top BST stories, including some of ETAS 2016’s best panel discussions.
Is patience with distributed-ledger technology already starting to diminish after a hyperbolic year?
Get ready for the next decade of reference data and data management coverage.
Dan and Emilia examine Capgemini’s accelerator program.
What's in a name?
Thomson Reuters' Debra Walton explores the benefits of incorporating diversity data factors into company analysis.
Max gets a little nostalgic as he reviews the final print issue of Inside Market Data after spending 13 years of IMD's 31 years working on the publication.
Regulation, machine learning and millennials were some of the key topics addressed at this year’s European Trading Architecture Summit.
Dan and Anthony debate the difference, or lack thereof, between firms labeled fintechs and regtechs.
Requiring SROs to report data to obsolete platforms is counterintuitive to the entire industry.
Worried about market volatility? Thankfully, there are plenty of tools and experienced professionals to help you through any uncertainty.
Xinfinit's Alan Hutton outlines the argument for why open-source and cloud can and will replace traditional approaches to building data displays.
Vela Trading Technologies CEO Jen Nayar reflects on 18 months of change since taking the helm at the vendor.
Dan and Anthony talk about the fallout from the US presidential election and the latest news around Reg AT.