One of the world’s most prestigious law firms was relocating its UK head office and the data center was also set to move.
Blockchain looks set to become a disruptive technology in financial services. At least, the potential has been verified now that a clear demarcation has been drawn between Blockchain – a programmable distributed trust infrastructure, and Bitcoin, a tainted virtual currency.
Greg Collins argues that, catalyzed by the wider strategic background, this latest round of regulation could take the trading floor to a tipping point in technology adoption.
JP Reis helped an Asian banking subsidiary devise its data center strategy.
A well-known media company wanted to replace its ageing technology estate and embrace modern working practices. Their IT team realized that like for like replacement would be inefficient and that outside expertise would be required to achieve the best results.
JP Reis helped a well-respected, mid-sized investment bank to migrate from its legacy TDM system to Cisco IP Telephones.
Last week the CME (Chicago Mercantile Exchange) announced the forthcoming closure of most of its futures pits. Its options pits will keep trading due to the higher complexity of the trades but the “open-outcry” pit is in terminal decline.
Selecting real estate for financial services is all about location, location, location, isn’t it? Many firms are drawn towards established financial centers such as London or New York without considering other options. We compare recent reports on these two heavyweights, consider some key decision factors and propose that the right space could be as important […]
Data breaches and cyber security lead daily global headlines as more and more businesses fall victim to these cyber “snipers.” Businesses and public institutions need to take greater care, whatever their size or nature of their business.
A JP Reis team prepare a strategy document, sales-playbook and marketing collateral for a large tech firm.