Exactly one year after Hurricane Sandy's crash into the US Atlantic coastline, the managed services provider to hedge funds says its disaster recovery (DR) offering has been upgraded.
Michael Radziemski has spent the last decade helping to make Lord Abbett & Co.’s IT more mobile and scalable in order to drive the asset manager’s aggressive growth strategy. That strategy proved particularly valuable after Hurricane Sandy battered the…
Starting around the mid-1980s, securities depositories and the financial services industry as a whole began to move toward a process of converting paper stock certificates to electronic formats. Reasons of market efficiency and risk reduction are cited…
As regular readers of Buy-Side Technology, Sell-Side Technology and Waters will have noticed over the past week, we're gearing up for the first annual Sell-Side Technology Awards, to be held in New York on April 23.
Heightened awareness of catastrophe showed itself as technology providers of all ilk endured the landfall and aftermath of Hurricane Sandy. Tim Bourgaize Murray asks the industry for a primer in disaster recovery and business continuity, discovering a…
(To the tune of ‘The Holly and the Ivy’)
The datacenters supporting the US financial markets successfully weathered the worst of Hurricane Sandy. So, Max asks, shouldn’t the exchanges and trading firms they support have been able to do the same?
Considering giving thanks for good fortune at a time when many are still trying to recover from Hurricane Sandy
It's not just people and processes, but everything else that costs money. Just ask the banks.
Business continuity planning is certain to receive renewed attention in the wake of Hurricane Sandy that ravaged the East Coast of the US this week. Reliability will be a focus, but so too should firms seek to better understand the threats.