For the App Interoperability Movement, 2020 will be a Big Year

While progress was made in the desktop application interoperability space in the last year, Anthony Malakian says 2020 is likely to see some major developments that will help to push this movement forward.

I might be overstating this, but tremors of a tectonic shift are beginning to ripple in the capital markets, stemming from the desktop application interoperability movement. If I’m right, the trader interface is going to radically change—and I know, I know, you’ve heard this before—but this time is different. The mechanisms of change, taken as a whole, represent a true revolution, even if the technologies are, themselves, old.

First, there’s this vast sea of data that’s growing every day—see: \

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Tick History – Query: Looking back to the future

The advantages of cloud-based services is well documented, from reduced upfront and ongoing operating and infrastructure costs to improved time-to-market for new services and datasets. Here, Tim Anderson, LSEG explains how the benefits of the service…

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