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  • Musings on Digital Payments from Snow Country

    Susan Feinberg

    As I sit in my office in Massachusetts after shoveling out from the 8th snowstorm in six weeks (but who is counting?), I have begun to wonder whether now is the time to simply declare that all banking going forward shall be digital.  Just as our Commonwealth’s new Governor banned all street traffic except for emergency vehicles for several days in late January, perhaps the Federal Reserve Bank should declare a permanent ban on all financial transactions involving paper except for emergencies. No...

  • Step Aside Cloud, Mobile and Big Data, IoT has just Entered the Room!

    Mark Morley

    The room I am referring to here is the office of the CIO, or should that be CTO or CDO (Chief Digital Officer), you see even as technology is evolving, the corporate role to manage digital transformation is evolving too.

    Since 2011, when Cloud, Mobile and Big Data technologies started to go mainstream, individual strategies to support each of these technologies have been evolving and some would argue that in some cases they remain separate strategies today. However the introduction of the Inte...

  • Healthcare Organizations’ Email Security isn’t Making the Grade

    Scott Mitchell

    So, it looks like a lot of healthcare organizations are flunking email security.

    According to the “state of email trust” survey cited in a recent Forbes magazine article , healthcare organizations “severely lag” when it comes to securing email communications. In fact, the article states that an email, “purportedly sent from a typical health insurance company is, for instance, four times likelier to be fraudulent than an email that claims to be from a social media company.”

    A spokesperson fr...

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