Artikel zum Thema "IT_Systeme" bei CIO.de

FCA to assess banks' legacy IT systems as outages continue

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) is to assess the resilience of ageing IT systems used by British banks and building societies, after recent outages left customers unable to access funds. » zum Artikel

John Lewis to focus on 'stabilising' corporate IT systems over next 12 months

John Lewis' centralised shared services function, Partnership Services, is focusing on "bedding in" its new IT systems and processes over the next year. » zum Artikel

How CIOs Unravel IT Systems After a Business Divestiture

IT organizations devote decades of sweat to integrating corporate technology systems, wringing out every efficiency, leveraging every ounce of scale and seeking every bit of synergy their technology can offer. » zum Artikel

Can the Feds Make Health IT Systems Talk to Each Other

Virtually everyone who believes that electronic medical records and networked devices can improve healthcare quality and lower costs acknowledges that those technologies will never reach their full potential unless they achieve some level of standardization and interoperability. » zum Artikel

DWP staff reprimanded over misuse of IT systems

Thousands of employees at the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) have been disciplined for inappropriate use of the department's IT systems, including snooping on benefit records. » zum Artikel

UK banks struggling to improve 'antiquated' IT systems, says regulator

UK and Northern Ireland banks are a long way from making "antiquated" IT systems more robust, a senior member of the Prudential Regulation Authority has claimed. » zum Artikel

Banks must 'significantly upgrade' IT systems for risk compliance, says Basel Committee

Banks are unable to adequately assess financial risk due to delays in upgrading IT systems, according to the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision. » zum Artikel

OFT: TSB's reliance on Lloyds' IT systems could hinder market competition

TSB's reliance on Lloyds Banking Group's (LBG) IT infrastructure could hinder the recently re-launched bank's ability to compete independently in the marketplace, the Office of Fair Trading has warned. » zum Artikel

MOD selects Steria to lead test facility for military IT systems

Steria has today announced that it has passed an Operational Readiness Test to act as Prime Systems Integrator for the Ministry of Defence's Land Systems Reference Centre (LSRC) in a contract over five years. » zum Artikel

HSBC IT systems down due to 'mainframe issue'

HSBC customers were unable to access online banking and ATMs for a short period of time on Friday due to a 'mainframe issue'. » zum Artikel

Sieben Thesen zum agilen Projekt-Management

IT-Systeme erfolgreich einführen: Sieben Thesen zum agilen Projekt-Management (Foto: Rene Schmöl)
IT-Systeme erfolgreich einführen: IT-Projekte werden immer komplexer. Neben klassischen Vorgehensweisen wenden CIOs im Projekt-Management deshalb immer öfter auch Methoden des agilen Projekt-Managements an wie zum Beispiel Scrum. Aber Vorsicht! Ein IT-System agil einzuführen, erfordert neue Denkansätze. » zum Artikel
  • Eric Marischka

Should U.S. limit China-government influenced IT systems

New federal restrictions now preclude four U.S. agencies from buying information-technology (IT) systems from manufacturers "owned, directed or subsidized by the People's Republic of China" due to national-security concerns. But is this a smart tactic » zum Artikel

Heraeus Kulzer baut IT komplett neu auf

Greenfield-Ansatz: Heraeus Kulzer baut IT komplett neu auf (Foto: Heraues Kulzer)
Greenfield-Ansatz: CIO Thomas Gessler von Heraeus Kulzer darf etwas tun, wovon viele seiner Kollegen träumen: Eine völlig neue IT-Infrastruktur aufbauen. » zum Artikel

Baden-Württemberg und Saarland ordnen IT neu

Pläne beschlossen: Baden-Württemberg und Saarland ordnen IT neu (Foto: Finanzministerium Saarland)
Pläne beschlossen: Kosten sparen durch die Bündelung von IT-Ressourcen wollen die Bundesländer Baden-Württemberg und das Saarland. Sie beschlossen vor kurzem unabhängig voneinander neue IT-Grundsätze. » zum Artikel

Direct Line warns of system failure risk as RBS IT migration continues

Direct Line Group has warned that the ongoing separation of IT from the Royal Bank of Scotland presents a risk of systems failure. » zum Artikel

Lloyds plans investment in digital services as cost-cutting strategy kicks in

Lloyds Banking Group plans to re-invest a "significant proportion" of savings made through its business simplification project in improving customer service, with a focus on growing digital channels. » zum Artikel

FCA review of banks' legacy IT will ‘add to mountain of regulations'

The Financial Conduct Authority's review into banks' IT systems threatens to add to the mountain of regulations already faced by lenders, industry experts have claimed. » zum Artikel

Airservices CIO Gordon Dunsford resigns

Government-owned air traffic operations company Airservices has confirmed that its CIO Gordon Dunsford has resigned. » zum Artikel

Students Loans Company signs up HCL for £50m digital transformation

The Student Loans Company (SLC) has signed a £50 million contract with outsourcer HCL Great Britain to modernise its ageing IT systems. » zum Artikel

RBS to review legacy IT in face of 1.3m customer complaints

RBS has announced a review of IT operations as it seeks to improve retail bank performance and reduce costs. » zum Artikel

HP server failure floors Lloyds Banking Group ATM and card services

Lloyds Banking Group has apologised after customers of Lloyds, Halifax, Bank of Scotland and TSB were unable to to access ATMs and credit cards. » zum Artikel

Standard Bank fined £7.6 million for anti-money laundering failings

Standard Bank has been fined £7.6 million by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) for failings relating to its anti-money laundering systems. » zum Artikel

UBS outsources fixed income trading technology platforms

UBS has agreed two deals to outsource delivery of technology systems underpinning its fixed income trading platforms, in an attempt to cut costs across its business. » zum Artikel

"Mobile-defined world" impacting SMBs: Intuit

Intuit has seen smartphones, tablets, notebooks and other mobile devices create a "mobile-defined world." » zum Artikel

Legal firms get easier software testing service from Thomson Reuters

Legal practice software firm Thomson Reuters Elite has brought in a new software testing firm to support customers buying systems from its software integrators. » zum Artikel

Bank of England calls for plans to improve banks' resilience to cyber attacks

The Bank of England has demanded that banks move to improve resiliency against cyber attacks, warning that complex legacy IT systems are leaving the finance sector vulnerable to a "growing" cyber threat. » zum Artikel

IT contractors again expect to be paid more

IT contractors are expecting a wage rise for the third year in a row according to research carried out by recruitment firm giant group. » zum Artikel

Lloyds Banking Group announces 1,080 job cuts, but IT safe

Lloyds Banking Group has announced that it will be cutting 1,080 jobs across a number of divisions and outsourcing an additional 310 roles, but the bank has confirmed to Computerworld UK that its IT staff are safe. » zum Artikel

Wie eine gute Mobile-Strategie aussieht

Von Big Data bis Security: Wie eine gute Mobile-Strategie aussieht (Foto: Vlad - Fotolia.com)
Von Big Data bis Security: 30mal pro Stunde greifen Mobile Worker auf Unternehmensdaten zu. IT-Chefs brauchen daher eine Mobile-Strategie, die Themen von Big Data bis Sicherheit abdeckt. Wie eine solche Strategie aussieht, schildert ein Webcast unserer Schwesterpublikation Computerwoche. » zum Artikel
  • Christiane Pütter
    Christiane Pütter


    Christiane Pütter ist Journalistin aus München. Sie schreibt über IT, Business und Wissenschaft. Zu ihren Auftraggebern zählen neben CIO und Computerwoche mehrere Corporate-Publishing-Magazine, vor allem im Bereich Banken/Versicherungen.

Rapid evolution of IT makes industry forecasting difficult: Citrix

The rate of change in the IT industry continues to surprise those involved in it, to the point where Citrix said it is hard to guess what will happen next. » zum Artikel


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The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) is to assess the resilience of ageing IT systems used by British banks and building societies, after recent outages left customers unable to access funds.
John Lewis' centralised shared services function, Partnership Services, is focusing on "bedding in" its new IT systems and processes over the next year.
IT organizations devote decades of sweat to integrating corporate technology systems, wringing out every efficiency, leveraging every ounce of scale and seeking every bit of synergy their technology can offer.