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Bremges jetzt CIO der Portigon AG

Ehemalige WestLB: Bremges jetzt CIO der Portigon AG (Foto: Portigon/Klaus Bremges)
Ehemalige WestLB: Klaus Bremges ist bei Portigon, der Rechtsnachfolgerin der WestLB, zum CIO aufgestiegen. Er soll auch IT-Leiter der Portigon Financial Services werden, die noch in der Gründungsphase steckt. » zum Artikel
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Financial Services Firms See Mobile Boom, But Blackberry and CIO Roles Fade

Embattled BlackBerry is about to get hit hard in one of its most important enterprise customer segments, financial services. BlackBerry stands to lose at least 15 percent of its share of mobile devices -- from 44 percent to 30 percent -- in the next 12 months, as companies move to a multi-platform, BYOD mobile environment. » zum Artikel

MTN, Ecobank partner to improve access to financial services in Africa

The new partnership signed between MTN and Ecobank aims to improve access to financial services in Africa. » zum Artikel

Financial services IT contractors see 13% pay rise

IT contractors in the financial services industry are seeing double-digit pay rises as improved market conditions allow banks to shift focus away from regulatory spending, according to recruitment firm Robert Walters. » zum Artikel

Financial services under threat from DDoS

The financial services industry is under threat from distributed denial of services (DDoS) attacks, and while none have been successful in downing a major marketplace, Prolexic president, Stuart Scholly, warns against complacency. » zum Artikel

Avnet Offers HP Financial Services in Australia

Avnet Technology Solutions has launched its latest offering to the Australian market with the inclusion of Hewlett Packard Financial Services (HPFS). The new service has Avnet hoping it will become the financial partner of choice in the Australian market. » zum Artikel

Financial service industry takes the lead in curing the third party security headache

Conventional third party controls are no longer sufficient to cover the ever-expanding attack surface presented by web and mobile applications developed by service vendors and/or commercial software providers. The current third party controls established in the past 10-15 years were adopted by financial service firms and incorporated into their respective third party governance programs. » zum Artikel

IDC: Financial services IT spend to reach £265 billion in 2014

Worldwide financial services IT spending is set to reach $430 billion (£265 billion) in 2013, according to research from IDC Financial Insights. » zum Artikel

Prudential speeds payment processes with cloud financial planning tools

UK pensions provider Prudential has rolled out a cloud-based financial planning tool from Anaplan to improve its bonus payment processes. » zum Artikel

Melbourne IT buys NetRegistry as financials drop

Web hosting company, Melbourne IT, has purchased local rival, NetRegistry, in a cash and scrip share purchase agreement worth $50.4 million. » zum Artikel

Financial firms using game mechanics

Leading financial firms are increasingly using game mechanics, according to a newly released report from Forrester. » zum Artikel

Financial services firm develops first Google Glass app aimed at investors

The research arm of financial services firm Fidelity Investments has developed the first Google Glass app targeted specifically at investors and traders. » zum Artikel

FinancialForce.com repositions itself as the latest cloud ERP player

Salesforce.com-backed FinancialForce.com is taking a leap into the burgeoning market for cloud-based ERP (enterprise resource planning) software, offering a suite that combines its core finance software with modules for human resources, supply chain management, procurement and other areas. » zum Artikel

Email from social media safest, financial services riskiest

Email from social media brands is some of the safest on the Internet, while electronic posts from financial services brands is some of the riskiest, says a report released this week by an email security provider. » zum Artikel

London & Capital moves financial data into the public cloud

London & Capital, the investment adviser and asset manager, has outsourced its onsite legacy tape-based data backup function to a cloud-based system managed by Oncore IT. » zum Artikel

Autonomy accounting errors in financial report revisions

Hewlett-Packard has revised financial reports for its Autonomy division after the company said that an audit turned up a number of serious accounting errors. » zum Artikel

VW Financial Services bekommt IT-Vorstand

Mario Daberkow: VW Financial Services bekommt IT-Vorstand (Foto: Volkswagen)
Mario Daberkow: Der frühere IT-Vorstand der Postbank Mario Daberkow ist neuer IT-Vorstand der Volkswagen Financial Services AG. Das Ressort IT und Prozesse wurde neu geschaffen. » zum Artikel

Reading Council deploys Oracle Financials in cloud with Fujitsu

Reading Borough Council is moving to an Oracle ERP system hosted in the cloud to increase functionality and save money into the bargain. » zum Artikel

As Microsoft readies Q2 earnings report, non-financial questions swirl

Microsoft will detail Thursday its second quarter financial performance, but it's not clear whether the company will take the opportunity to also clear up some of the uncertainty over key products and corporate changes. » zum Artikel

Social media adds spice to financial services, say banks

Social media can make financial institutions seem less dull and better engage customers, according to officials on a panel at the AB+F Retail Financial Services Forum. » zum Artikel

Toyota Financial Services boosts network security

UK-based Toyota Financial Services has deployed a new network security system to protect its European financial services division. » zum Artikel

Further consolidation in financial advice channels expected: Xero

Xero foresees consolidation across different advisor channels of accounting, bookkeeping and financial advisors to continue in 2014. » zum Artikel

Datacentre outage financial losses up 33 per cent: Emerson Network Power

Datacentres are set to play an increasingly important role storing more than 1.9 trillion gigabytes of data set to be generated in the year ahead. » zum Artikel

Getting the financials right

Demand for timely financial reports has led ASX-listed Perth Internet service provider (ISP), iiNet, to ditch manual processes in favour of automated reports. » zum Artikel

AP insurers to invest US$18 billion on technology in 2014: IDC Financial Insights

Asian insurers are expected to spend US$18.1 billion in 2014 on technology investments, an increase of almost 6 percent as compared to this year, according to IDC Financial Insights. » zum Artikel

IT infrastructure top priority for Financial Markets in 2014: Ovum

As profitability is more difficult to find than prior to the financial crisis, 2014 will be a year of foundational investment for the financial markets, with the primary focus on investment in IT infrastructure. » zum Artikel

Credit Union Australia uses financial analytics for transparency

Credit Union Australia (CUA) has used a financial management software offering to automate budgeting and forecasting spreadsheets across the business. » zum Artikel

BlackBerry shakeup claims operating, marketing and financial chiefs

BlackBerry's chief operating, marketing and financial officers are leaving as recently appointed CEO John Chen makes his mark on the struggling mobile vendor. » zum Artikel

Hereford & Worcester fire service improves financials with TechnologyOne

Hereford & Worcester Fire and Rescue Service is improving its budgeting, purchasing and asset management with an enhanced technology platform. » zum Artikel

How to get a job in financial IT

It's been a rough few years for people seeking work in the finance industry. Its growth-by-acquisition strategy over the last decade meant that companies needed fewer new workers, and its contribution to the economic meltdown of a few years ago soured it to a lot of potential employees. » zum Artikel


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Klaus Bremges ist bei Portigon, der Rechtsnachfolgerin der WestLB, zum CIO aufgestiegen. Er soll auch IT-Leiter der Portigon Financial Services werden, die noch in der Gründungsphase steckt.
Embattled BlackBerry is about to get hit hard in one of its most important enterprise customer segments, financial services. BlackBerry stands to lose at least 15 percent of its share of mobile devices -- from 44 percent to 30 percent -- in the next 12 months, as companies move to a multi-platform, BYOD mobile environment.
The new partnership signed between MTN and Ecobank aims to improve access to financial services in Africa.