Cloud and Virtualization – a marriage made in heaven for Financial Services | IBM & VMware

We’ve teamed up with IBM and VMware for a series of broadcasts focussing on the value of cloud computing and virtualisation. For this first show we are joined by VMware’s Rory Choudhuri and IBM’s Bharat Bhushan who will be discussing cloud and virtualisation in the financial services. This half hour broadcast will ask about the challenges and pressures that face the banking and financial industry, new revenue streams, customer satisfaction, security and regulations. How can the financial sector embrace the latest in innovation while remaining competitive and compliant? You can find out more about what IBM and VMware are doing in financial services here: http://ibm.biz/IBMCloud-VMware Broadcast date: Monday 19th March, 2018 – 2pm GMT Join the conversation live on Twitter using the hashtags #IBMCloud #DisruptiveLIVE

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