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Banking in the Cloud PDF Print E-mail
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Sunday, 10 June 2012 09:20

For banks and insurance companies, having the right information is a key asset for the provision of their services. Nevertheless, the importance of the production factor "information" is still underestimated. Represented by data, information forms the basis for most management decisions and has an immediate effect on the cost structure of the company. And although having the right information is a key asset, it is also increasingly important to generate additional insights out of the available data.

One major challenge for all information driven organizations are the so called “information silos”. Data is stored in silos, which prevents from making cross- application or platform use of the data. Cloud computing will increase the trend of organizations loosing control over their own data, if not governed appropriately.

From the beginning of the EDP (Electronic Data Processing) age until today, data management was the domain of the IT specialists. With cloud computing and new developments such as “BYOD[1]” and specifically social media, everybody has become a mature user and creator of information.


[1] Bring Your Own Device

 

This paper informs about our "IM Framework for Banks and Financial Institutions (FI)". It contains a description and the key features about the model and how it connects bussiness strategy and Information Management.

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Last Updated on Sunday, 10 June 2012 09:27
 
Information Governance News PDF Print E-mail
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Friday, 27 April 2012 09:25
I tried to compose an interactive paper based on paper.li which covers Information Governance topics. Have run reading! Information Governance News.  You can subscribe if you rhink this stuff might be of interest to you!
 
ElevenCanterbury PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 29 February 2012 09:33

Bruno Wildhaber has joined ElevenCanterbury as a Senior Advisor.  

About Eleven Canterbury:

Eleven Canterbury is an exclusive global community of executive advisors that represent the “voice of the customer”. Our advisors have extensive experience from a wide range of industries, including financial services, health care, retail and telecommunications which enables our team to offer meaningful guidance, solutions, and results to our clients.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 29 February 2012 09:39
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Economist Tech Frontiers Conference PDF Print E-mail
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Friday, 23 March 2012 16:01
Bruno Wildhaber about the Economist Tech Frontiers Conference #techfrontiers
What I've learned so far:
- The Internet of things address space is bigger than the humans internet
- EU Privacy its still deadlocked, no new concepts
- Everybody supports the individual right but doesn't deliver solutions
- 3D printing is the best thing I've seen so far
- Virtual Choir was absolutely thrilling
- Market Research is useless (Sir John Hegarty)
- "Big Data" is the miserable try to challenge data deluge
- Mobile is everywhere and smartphones can be used for almost everything!
- Mobile payment schemes work in some countries, not in others and Kenya has 17 Mio.!!!! users of MPESA. But there was no way shown how the rest of the world could adapt it.
- You can play music with Playdo and a Mac; watch the Video:http://web.media.mit.edu/~silver/makeymakey/ and load the MelodyMorph App.
- Tom Standage can speak faster than a sicilian on olive oil

I WILL GO AGAIN!
 
Common Misconceptions in Information Security PDF Print E-mail
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Sunday, 08 January 2012 13:45

There are many misconceptions in computer and information security that deceive the view on reality. But to make meaningful security decisions, it is important and key to know and truly understand the misconceptions commonly found in computer and information security. In this article, we outline and discuss the misconceptions we think are most common and influential. We divide the misconceptions into three groups, namely social and behavioral misconceptions, technical misconceptions, and false estimations The aim of the article is to prepare the stage and provide a better understanding for all questions and answers related to computer and information security.
Rolf Oppliger and Bruno Wildhaber are Information Security practitioners with many years of academic and practical experience with private and public organizations. All the misconcep-tions in this article have been encountered many times and in different constellations.

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Last Updated on Monday, 09 January 2012 10:36
 
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