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Caribbean-based insurance providers, Advantage, choose Graphite GTC platform for software improvement

The Graphite GTC platform serves business owners in risk management and financial planning and says its tools and technology enable the development of large-scale software projects and applications. Advantage said it will use the no-code development platform to build business processes related to insurance and data management. It said the GTC platform will develop more »

Equifax’s Historic Hack May Have Exposed Almost Half of U.S.

Equifax’s Historic Hack May Have Exposed Almost Half of U.S.

Hackers exploited a website application to access names, addresses, Social Security numbers and some driver’s license numbers of potentially 143 million consumers, Equifax said Thursday in a statement. The incident — which drove down shares in after-hours trading — is a stark reminder of the risk of consumers’ personal data being exposed online, security experts »

Luxoft acquires derivIT,  Singapore-based IT consultancy and Murex partner

DerivIT has been a partner of Murex, the leading trading and risk systems provider, since 2008, and provides installation and testing services to Murex customers in the APAC region. Group managing director and global head of Excelian, Luxoft’s financial services division, Roman Trakhtenberg, said: “We are excited to join forces with derivIT and continue to »

IBM to Invest $240 Million to Develop AI Research Lab With MIT

The MIT-IBM Watson AI Lab will fund projects in four broad areas, including creating better hardware to handle complex computations and figuring out applications of AI in specific industries, the Armonk, New York-based company said Thursday in a statement. While IBM has always conducted long-term research internally, it decided AI was such a vast field »

HCL expands its European presence with new headquarters in Sweden

HCL Technologies, the multinational IT services company, opened a delivery centre in Gothenburg, Sweden, employing more than 150 people. The centre will become HCL’s global headquarters for global delivery network and act as a base for its mainframe and automotive services. Senior Vice President and Head of Nordics at HCL, Pankaj Tagra, said:  “The Nordics »

QA Mentor acquires Zado, Indian software testing company

Rusland Desyatnikov, CEO and founder of QA Mentor, said Zado Infotech’s Z-Automate technology can convert manual resources to automated script by individuals without any programming experience or knowledge. Desyatnikov said: “This unique script-less framework with an easy spreadsheet interface for test suite configuration and development will allow manual testers to convert manual regression ... »

HCL Technologies buys Datawave, UK-based data management platform

HCL Technologies, the multinational IT services company based in India, has acquired UK-based data management platform, Datawave, for around £7 million, it said. Datawave, formerly known as ETL Factory, enables users to execute large-scale and complex data-integration and data-migration projects by creating a data automation platform. Anand Birje, vice president and head of digital and »

Deutsche Börse, Illuminate invest $5 million in startup RegTek.Solutions

Illuminate Financial Management and Deutsche Börse together have provided RegTek.Solutions, a provider and specialist in global regulatory compliance software for trade and transaction reporting, with a US$5 million Series A funding round investment. New York-based startup RegTek.Solutions was launched earlier this year by Risk Focus a risk and regulatory services firm. It markets compliance softw... »

Deutsche Bank Bows to Inevitable as IPhone Supplants BlackBerry

A Deutsche Bank spokesman confirmed that the lender is phasing out the devices, without commenting further. The company’s employees were increasingly giving up their BlackBerry phones in favor of ones they’d bought themselves under a Bring-Your-Own-Device policy, according to two people briefed on the matter. Some clients had made fun of the bank for still »

Banks Look to Step Up Employee Surveillance After Latest Scandal

Banks Look to Step Up Employee Surveillance After Latest Scandal

Lenders asked International Business Machines Corp. if it were possible to use the technology to also watch retail-banking salespeople, loan officers and other workers, according to Marc Andrews, a manager on the company’s Watson financial services team. Several of the biggest U.S. banks, as well as some regional banks, are testing the software, Andrews said. »

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