Big Data Analytics
Can be a differentiator for banks, in both retail and corporate segments Most banks in Asia have yet to embrace predictive analytics solutions
Hitachi Data Systems Corporation (HDS) has made a significant move towards addressing the needs of a data-driven business environment as an information solutions provider, with the unveiling of new technologies and products that would help it reposition itself as a provider of 'socially innovative' solutions.
The third platform will result in 'phenomenal' changes Perception of cloud security needs to be changed
MDeC is organising ‘Big Data Week 2014 @ Kuala Lumpur’ from May 2-11, with an aim to help Malaysia’s ICT industry build up its capabilities in big data analytics and spur opportunities for such products and services.
SAS Malaysia recorded a 38.1% increase in new software revenue to RM13.9 million and a 13.4% growth in total software revenue to RM41.1 million, according to the company.
Malaysia has what it takes to overtake Singapore as the regional big data hub, backed as it is by a pool of resources as well as commitment by the Government and its various agencies, says Pulsate CEO Bob Chua.
Intel has introduced the Intel Xeon processor E7 v2 family, which it claimed delivers new capabilities to process and analyse large, diverse amounts of data to unlock information that was previously inaccessible.
IBM has announced the software-as-service (SaaS)-based IBM Kenexa Talent Suite, which it said allows chief human resource officers (CHROs) and C-suite executives to gain actionable insights into the deluge of data shared every day by their workforce.
Managing complex data and its inherent risks is driving innovation that must be both rapid and decisive to keep a-pace with changes in the financial services sector, but there is clearly a disparity between the scale and urgency of the data management challenges and the industry’s response, writes Azhar Muhammad-Saul of Bloomberg.
This year, rising competition is driving the need for technology that will provide a return on investment, according to Asia Pacific banking risk professionals, who rated regulatory compliance and regulation as less important than in 2013.