The business context for Windows 10 in financial servicesThere is a digital divide at the heart of many, or perhaps most, financial services organisations. The old saying ‘The cobbler’s children run barefoot’ puts it well: companies have invested in outward-facing digital services that benefit their customers and prospects, but they have ignored needs inside the organisation – or rather, in the aftermath of the 2008 global crisis and other problems, they have repeatedly kicked those needs down the road in order to save money. Now, almost a decade later, they – and you – cannot delay much longer. Fortunately, though, this modernisation imperative coincides with a number of other opportunities, each of them probably insufficient on its own to justify investment, but which taken together will allow you to digitally transform your workplaces for the 21st century. Chief among these is the opportunity to leverage work already done to transform your customer-facing technologies, together with innovative software that could remove the need for major desktop upgrade projects in the future. Download the Inside Track to read more …
Content Contributors: Dale Vile & Bryan Betts
Bryan is a technology enthusiast and industry veteran. He has been analysing, explaining and writing about IT and business in a highly engaging manner for around three decades. His experience spans the early days of minicomputers and PC technology, through the emergence of cellular data and smart mobile devices, to the latest developments of the software-defined age in which we all live today. Over his career, Bryan has seen at first-hand how IT changes the world – and how the world changes IT – and he brings that extensive insight to his role as an industry analyst.
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