Why DTCC thinks cloud computing will transform the IT profile of the industry. Source: Transforming The Industry’s IT Profile | DTCC From Where We Stand There is a video interview with DTCC Chief Information Officer Bob Garrison.
Google is set to unveil its answer to Echo, an artificially intelligent home device that vaulted Amazon ahead of Google in a race to build technology that interacts as humans do. Source: Google, Lagging Amazon, Races Across the Threshold Into the Home – The New York Times
The company is closing in on its longstanding goal of $10 billion in annual revenue, and Mr. Benioff has vowed to double that figure in coming years. To that end, he has spent about $700 million in recent years to buy companies specializing in machine learning and other AI techniques. At the Dreamforce conference, he…
Banks need more specific guidance that clarifies requirements around vendor contracts, risk assessments, data management and other issues. Source: Regulatory Ambiguity Is Slowing Bank Adoption of Cloud Services | Bank Think
The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency has awarded Unisys (NYSE: UIS) a potential five-year, $11.2 million contract to move approximately 4,000 OCC employees to a cloud-based email platform. As the regulators move to the cloud, banks will follow. Source: Unisys to Help OCC Adopt Cloud Email Services; Casey Coleman Comments
For several years, Box CEO Aaron Levie has been trying to get people to understand his company is not in the storage business. To drive that point home.. Source: New Box product will let you choose storage from IBM and AWS
My colleague, Kenesa Ahmad, is cited in this week’s Time cover story about the Apple encryption issue. Kenesa co-authored the law review article that coined the term “golden age of surveillance”. Time Cover Story: http://time.com/magazine/us/4262476/march-28th-2016-vol-187-no-11-u-s/ Law Review Article: http://stlr.org/volumes/volume-xiii-2011-2012/encryption-and-globalization/