Senior trading floor technology managers are getting used to the challenges of COVID-19. Strategic concerns are starting to outweigh the day to day detail of supporting trading in lockdown.
The decay of company culture is a risk of extended remote working. The most productive people during lockdown have previously absorbed company culture by experiencing its physical environments
Decentralizing the Trading Floor. Financial trading has seen a trend of ever-strengthening regulation that was galvanized during the fall-out from the 2008-9 financial crisis. Although some of this has been rolled back under the current US administration
JP Reis has maintained dialogue with senior technology executives in Investment Banking about the challenges they face and the solutions they are using to operate during the lockdown.
Over the last few weeks many Financial Services businesses have moved their workforce from centralised offices to working remotely at home.
JP Reis has consulted on call center technology for a $1B Credit Union in Virginia.
In a recent LinkedIn post, JP Reis CEO, Greg Collins, reflected on how he had been through many testing times and written numerous business contingency plans, but had never seen anything like the COVID-19 crisis.
In this blog, we consider enterprise IT security in the context of the crisis and look at how micro segmentation and associated security concepts can be used to defend a widened set of vulnerabilities against emerging threats.
On March 10th we talked about business continuity and disaster recovery in the face of COVID-19.
COVID-19, the coronavirus strain outbreak, has been detected in every territory that JP Reis works in. Its destabilizing effects on financial institutions have seen executives trying to act decisively