• Andrey Brozhko
    Andrey Brozhko Dec 20, 2019

    The beauty of boring: How it can lead to great things

    Being operationally conservative shouldn't mean being risk averse. Where to stretch out for the benefit of customers, investors, employees and your financial services organization.

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  • Time to 'thing' big: Building banking with the Internet of Things

    Manish Grover
    Manish Grover Jun 6, 2017

    Banks have long leaned on a customer ecosystem now undergoing sea change. The Internet of Things offers a chance to test new waters first.

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  • Revv-olution: The nuts and bolts that power your innovation engine

    Miranda Hill
    Miranda Hill May 24, 2017

    Innovation is exponential but human efforts don’t always keep up. From test-and-learn to smart pivots, here’s how to win the race.

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  • The battle cry after WannaCry: How to get past ransomware attacks

    marc-langer
    Marc Langer May 17, 2017

    Ransomware attacks are growing in size and boldness. But pre-planned disaster recovery can guarantee a quick, sure response.

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  • Podcast: The rise of the mobile-only bank

    BAI Managing Editor Lou Carlozo
    Lou Carlozo May 12, 2017

    On this episode, we discuss Starling Bank, the first mobile-only banking platform in the U.K., and the nimbleness of fintech companies leading to new opportunities for challenger banks.

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  • Podcast: The pillars of financial services innovation

    BAI Managing Editor Lou Carlozo
    Lou Carlozo Apr 28, 2017

    On this episode, we discuss the key attributes of successful fintech innovation.

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  • Dust BinTech: Why your innovation lab may be D.O.A.

    Amy Radin
    Amy Radin Apr 12, 2017

    Many failures put labs on the slab, from lack of courage to a glut of innovation theater.

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  • Catching fraud off guard: How artificial intelligence will power next-generation fraud mitigation

    Akli Adjaoute
    Akli Adjaoute Apr 3, 2017

    Battling money laundering and fraud demands a next-generation force that can outthink the crooks.

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