Dan and Anthony talk about how technologists—and traders—are portrayed in TV and on the big screen, and just how accurate those portrayals are.
Waters Wavelength Podcast Episode 65: Public Cloud Providers Battle for Dominance, The Rise of Artificial Intelligence
Dan and Anthony talk about Amazon, Google, IBM and Microsoft all battling for market share in the public cloud space.
Dan and Anthony discuss the North American Trading Architecture Summit.
Dan and Anthony analyze four big deals from the past month and look back on data spend in 2016.
The guys talk about Dan’s feature and Anthony’s trip to Florida for the industry’s biggest futures conference.
Dan and Emilia discuss the pros and cons of implementing an automation solution that’s holistic.
Blackstone’s head of technology returns to the podcast to talk about how firms can handle technical debt.
Dan and Gabriel talk about AI initiatives at the Canadian bank. Later, Dan, James and Anthony discuss the LSE-Deutsche Börse merger debacle.
Dan, Anthony and Emilia discuss two features recently published on Waters.
The guys have a philosophical discussion about what the future will look like with humans and AI closely interacting.
Dan and Anthony discuss phishing attacks and established vendors partnering with younger, niche companies.
Dan and Anthony chat about four recently-published features from Waters and Inside Data Management that look at various aspects of Mifid II. This week’s podcast is sponsored by SmartStream.
Dan talks to the director of Fidelity Labs about virtual and augmented reality. This week’s podcast is sponsored by SmartStream.
Dan and Anthony celebrate the one-year anniversary of the podcast.
Dan and Tony look at the regulatory outlook for 2017.
Dan chats with Nasdaq's new CEO.
An updated listed of rules all media relations teams should follow.
All the best episodes from 2016.
Dan and Victor discuss the biggest topics of 2017.
Dan talks with Max about what to expect from IDM going forward.
Dan and Anthony chat about Waters' biggest annual conference.
Anthony chats with three of the four creators of the Julia programming language.
Dan and Emilia examine Capgemini’s accelerator program.
Dan and Anthony debate the difference, or lack thereof, between firms labeled fintechs and regtechs.