The Federal Reserve Bank of Boston explores the technology and security considerations for mobile contactless payments at the point-of-sale.
Bank of Canada staffers look at the economics of virtual private currencies.
Co-operative competition between banks, telcos and payments systems has yet to produce a satisfactory replacement for cash, even in highly developed markets.
Misys takes the pain out of payments for Nordea
Storebrand Bank has handed over responsibility for maintaining and operating the software for the company's capital markets business to Tieto.
Credit Suisse applied Logica's CLS Manager to handle rising FX settlement volumes.
Becoming more customer-centric - while improving operational excellence - is critical to success in retail banking today, says the Boston Consulting Group.
Fumiko Hayashi, a senior economist at the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City, examines the likely triggers for consumer adoption of mobile payments.
A Bank of England paper exploring the likely impact of central clearing on OTC derivatives markets.
Global non-cash payment volumes continue to surge, with more than 333 billion transactions in 2012 as cards and mobile services grow in popularity, research from Capgemini and RBS suggests.
Capita explores how commercial models are changing the face of testing.
The Federal Reserve Bank of Boston reports on the evolution of mobile payments technology two years on from its original paper in 2011.
McAfee presents an analysis of online currencies, and their use in cybercrime.
Capita explores the benefits of using Agile techniques in delivering large-scale IT programmes.
Research conducted by IDC and sponsored by Capita indicates that while 87% of respondents consider IT QA critical or very important in ensuring business objectives are met, only 24% are fully satisfied they received sufficient warning of potential quality issues.
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