Marc Gaffan
Jul 23, 2021

Sequestered online workspaces may help banks and credit unions keep sensitive information safe on the end user's computer.

Our torrid affair with Groupon has always been a love-hate thing: The more consumers embraced it, the more businesses discovered it was just another form of pay-to-play.

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Just one look at your smartphone is all it takes to remind you that digitization and automation in financial services is nothing new.

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Once considered the only option to complete financial transactions, the traditional bank branch has been augmented by the era of online banking.

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Lately there’s been quite a lot of talk about artificial intelligence (AI).

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Everyone has heard comments such as these: “Data is your greatest asset.

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Financial services organizations are used to increased regulatory requirements for FinTech and other vendors—so accustomed, in fact, that the established due diligence review process to assesses a vendor’s capabilities now reads like a regulation laundry list.

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In the first part of this series,  we examined how banks can harness the flexibility and customer-centric technologies FinTech’s possess, while also leveraging existing competitive advantages in brand strength, existing market share and rich stores of data to fuel predictive analytics.

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The WannaCry ransomware that just hit more than 150 nations serves as a sobering reminder of the damage cybercriminals can inflict.

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