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Why the UK's FCA is taking its fintech regulatory sandbox global

First iOS trojan exploiting Apple DRM design flaws infects any iOS device

The regulatory sandbox was launched to provide firms with the ability to test new products in a controlled environment

 

How to accelerate brilliant digital experiences with low code

Download this document to read up on case studies that demonstrate how, in the race for customers’ hearts and minds, both established companies and disruptors are embracing low-code to overtake their competitors.
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Full steam ahead for banks on the cloud train

Banking IT heads who shared their experiences with the cloud during IDC's Asian Financial Services Congress 2015 spoke of advantages in the form of cost savings, agility and decreased time-to-market.

Finance in the cloud: A CFO's experience

Are finance departments ready to entrust their data to the cloud? One CFO thinks the time has come.

Cloud opportunities for enterprise IT buyers

The IT industry is going through a new winds-of-change phase. This time, there are four major forces at work that today’s enterprise IT buyers need to leverage: cloud, mobile, social and big data. Whereas each of these forces merits a discussion of its own, this white paper focuses on the cloud. Business-oriented technologists and aspiring CIOs will discover how Software AG intends to ensure that its Global 2000 customer base can benefit from the cloud opportunity, by outlining its innovation efforts and differentiation.
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On–budget project deployment is No. 1 business requirement for midsize firms

Organizations across Asia Pacific with more mature and reliable infrastructures considered delivery of high uptime as top performance criteria and on–budget project deployment as the number one business requirement, according to Frost and Sullivan 2010 White Paper entitled "Business Application Optimization in Asia Pacific Survey."

Building a cloud that fits

BMC announces that the upcoming version of its Cloud Lifecycle Management solution is now available to an exclusive group of enterprises and service providers.
 
The new capabilities of BMC Cloud Lifecycle Management are designed to enable cloud administrators to easily and flexibly customize their cloud to meet business users’ demands, while concurrently maintaining control and reducing complexity.
 
The upcoming release of BMC’s Cloud Lifecycle Management solution introduces the indus

Resorts World's big bets mean big payoffs

 AN "S" LEARNING CURVE is how Yap Chee Yuen, Resorts World Sentosa (RWS) Singapore senior VP and head of Innovation & Technology, and Operations Services, describes his experience at the integrated resort to date.

He is well-prepared for the task on hand as managing big IT projects is his forte. During his 28-year career, he has handled at least eight large-scale IT start up projects or IT infrastructure rebuilding exercises.

“[But] with RWS, we were building from ground zero.”

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Windows 7 will dominate corporate PC deployments, Forrester says

IT managers are deploying Microsoft's Windows 7 on 31% of new PCs today, and that number will increase to 83% within one year, according to new research by Forrester Research.


 
Although Windows XP still powers 75% of companies' existing PCs, Windows 7 is now on 10% of deployed computers in North America and Europe, up from 1% last year, according to Forrester's

Windows 7 marks first anniversary in Asia

Since its debut on 22nd October 2009, Windows 7 has become the fastest selling PC operating system ever, with over 240 million licenses sold to date. This translates to over seven copies sold per second across all markets.
 
In Asia, Microsoft is aiming to have Windows 7 deployed on more than 40% of the region’s PC installed base by the end of 2011.