Oracle’s revenue exceeds estimates on surging cloud demand

Oracle Corp.’s push into cloud computing is picking up momentum, sparking a fourth straight quarter of revenue gains for the software maker.

Bank customers have little patience for glitchy apps

QualiTest survey reveals that nine out of ten users of banking apps would abandon those apps if they noticed bugs

Quantum Computing on the Verge

IBM is investing in quantum computing, hoping to reap the benefits of strange micro-physical effects for more secure systems.

BoA cuts $53 billion using automation

Bank of America Corp. will keep cutting costs even after reaching its annual spending goal of $53 billion by finding more ways technology can replace people, Chief Operating Officer Tom Montag said.

Misys and D+H – both owned by Vista Equity Partners – to merge

Combined firm, called Finastra, will be the third largest financial services technology company in the world.

Banks debut faster P2P payments with Zelle network

A coalition of financial firms across the U.S. is finally ready to instantly beam your cash to friends, family and businesses.

Software AG releases GDPR compliance platform

German software firm develops product to help companies comply with European data regulation. Financial firms are most in need of a solution says CTO.

Morgan Stanley’s 16,000 human brokers get algorithmic makeover

Call them cyborgs. Morgan Stanley is about to augment its 16,000 financial advisers with machine-learning algorithms that suggest trades, take over routine tasks and send reminders when your birthday is near.