Wealth management firms are beginning to adopt digital technologies to stay competitive in the marketplace and offer their clients a peerless financial planning experience. But what does the future of the industry look like?
The Fundamental Review of the Trading Book (FRTB) aims to overhaul Basel banking rules with an eye to addressing problems that surfaced during the global financial crisis. But as the rules near release, many banks worry that the regulations will impose significant new capital requirements while
Tony Boobier and Hugh Wallis discuss the impact of Solvency II regulations on the insurance industry in Europe. As of 2016, Solvency II requires mandatory risk reporting, but many European insurers face significant challenges handling the massive amounts of data they must submit to be in compliance
As telecommunications companies offer a wider range of services, the amount of data they must process is increasing exponentially. This podcast discusses how telcos can use Apache Hadoop to keep up with rapid data growth.
The Internet of Things just might be the most exciting thing going on in technology right now, bringing the potential to change the world as we know it. What’s more, the Internet of things is growing at an incredible pace. Listen to this podcast to hear Neil Cawse from Geotab and Tony Boobier from
Listen to Kim Minor and Andy Rice discuss how combining analytics and weather data could transform the insurance industry, and learn how a timely alert from your insurance company could help you protect your family and assets from damaging weather events.
Join us for more insights from Insight as we discuss weather and the insight economy with new media broadcaster Nick DiMeo, host of the F5 Live: Refreshing Technology livecast and the IBMGO interview series.
Host Bob Stasio and guest Shahid Shah discuss cybersecurity with an eye to medical devices and their regulatory environment, pinpointing ways for medical software and device vendors to heighten security.
This week's guest is Will Wyatt, Director of Business Intelligence Computing Services at Abilene Christian University. He talks with Susan Bearden and Lucy Gray about data and analytics use cases for education, including empowering faculty self-reporting and helping students with institutional data.
Listen as Jim Harris, live from IBM Insight 2015, discusses how utilities and homeowners alike can disrupt the energy industry, conserving energy in the home and using asset analytics to deliver affordable energy to all.