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Altibase Taps Intel for Big Data Analysis Performance Boost

Fort Lee, NJ-based in-memory database provider Altibase has developed a joint solution with Intel that offers greater speed and storage for Big Data analysis by creating a bridge between Altibase's HybridDB database and Intel's Distribution for Apache…

Generalists, Business Analysts to Get More Tech Jobs in 2014

Two themes emerged when C-level technologists on a panel at the Waters USA conference revealed what skills they will be looking for in jobseekers in 2014. The first was a shift from preferring specialist programmers and developers to those with a broader…

Tablets on the Trading Floor

We are witnessing a true revolution in how financial services firms do their work. More than two decades after the arrival of PCs, the internet, and electronic trading tools, financial services professionals are looking to be truly mobile.

Taking on Tablets: BYOD On The Trading Floor

We have truly entered the Age of Bring Your Own Device, or BYOD. And as with every new era fuelled by innovation, the new challenges are screaming for attention. With this in mind, WatersTechnology conducted a survey of its readers inside institutional…

Mobile Strategies for Financial Services Firms Webcast

Waters gathered leading industry experts for a webcast on April 25, 2013 to discuss the operational and technology challenges facing firms in light of widespread adoption of bring-your-own-device (BYOD) initiatives.

Are You Ready for 'Bigger' Data?

Banks’ legacy systems are struggling to cope with the ever-increasing volumes and speed of data. Steve Dew-Jones highlights some of the major considerations for the financial services industry if it is to catch up with other sectors.

Power Play

Alternative technologies can provide the future of financial services

Forum and Function: Ideas Spring from Online Forums

Behind the big, complex ideas that make financial technology work, there is one small, simple idea. Jake Thomases looks beneath the million-dollar buzzwords at the humble internet forum, which is helping to spread big ideas faster than ever before.

Big Data: A People Problem

Today’s college graduates aren't learning how to use legacy financial technology applications and systems, which presents a challenge in the quest to tackle Big Data, according to panelists at today's Big Data Online Summit. By Anthony Malakian

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