Webcast: Can ‘cloud’ be used by financial services?

Date: Feb 02 2016

Time: 2 p.m. GMT (8 a.m. CST)

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There’s no escaping that, in the new digital age, creating an omnichannel customer experience that puts the customer first needs a solid cloud foundation to be successful.

Financial services companies face more challenges than ever before from new competitors that use cutting-edge cloud architecture — without the migration issues of legacy infrastructure. And insurance companies need to implement cloud services and big data analytics before they can even begin to embrace the latest in Internet of Things insurance services.

In our first webcast in the Insights on Cloud in Banking, Financial Services and Insurance series, you’ll learn how cloud can increase your agility and provide best-of-breed security for your financial services firm and your customers.

Featured speaker Neil Cattermull, director of Compare the Cloud, will offer his considerable insights from more than 20 years in IT management working at major banking institutions. He’ll lend his deep technical understanding of cloud and centralised IT infrastructures to help provide an overview of which approach to cloud best supports regulated entities.

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