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Content tagged with Management Strategies posted in June 2006
SOA: At Your Service
News  |  6/27/2006
Speaking at the SIA conference held last week in New York, Carol Dow, principal in corporate technology services at The Vanguard Group, explained that, as a business-driven approach to technology, service-oriented architecture (SOA) allows companies to innovate by ensuring that their IT systems can adapt quickly, easily and economically to support rapidly changing business needs.
Web Watch
Commentary  |  6/22/2006
Consumers Want It Their Way; All Banking Is Local; Getting Out of the 1960s; Mapping Outbreaks; Seniors Logged On; Be Prepared; Playing by the Rules;
News  |  6/22/2006
Executive News
News  |  6/22/2006
Big Deals
News  |  6/22/2006
Karma on a Hanger
Commentary  |  6/22/2006
An article that appeared in The Times earlier this month inspired an amazing number of passionate and angry letters from women (and a few sympathetic men), all sounding variations on this theme: Don't I -- and my money -- matter?
Bank of New York Opens Innovation Center
News  |  6/20/2006
The bank says the move will accelerate product development in securities space.
The most popular gripe about technology - It takes too long for vendors to deliver new stuff
News  |  6/20/2006
By Art Gillis That's what bankers are saying, and I can't blame them because the world is turning into a real-time environment. Everyone is living in an instant time cycle. If you think there's a solution to a problem, you want to see it right away. But I see something else. There are two parts to how long something takes. 1. Transactions occur in nanoseconds. 2. Personnel-based work efforts take forever. It's the second category that gets all the gripes. For example, when has Microso
Ticonderoga #3, Eberhard Faber eraser, columnar ruled pads, hand-held calculator - Tools I can do without
News  |  6/12/2006
By Art Gillis One of the first banking applications to find its way onto a PC in the mid-seventies was Asset/Liability Management. And it was a perfect marriage because ALM was about modeling. "Try this and see what you get." In the days of manual grunt work, "try this" meant only one, two or three what-ifs because it required a lot of tedious work, and bankers were too busy pushing paper from one station to another. When I asked bankers what they liked about the PC-based solutions, they a

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