Archive - July 2018

Tech Firms Helped Shape the New Labor Model — But They Need to Keep Evolving Themselves

Technology companies know all about the need to stay nimble and scale fast to respond to change. They also know well the persistent challenge of trying to assemble enough skilled and diverse talent to help them fuel innovation and growth. To achieve...

Applying RegTech to KYC Activities, Including Periodic Reviews: A Brief Overview of Possibilities

The burden of regulatory compliance for financial institutions continues to be onerous despite recent actions by the government to lighten the load. Notwithstanding the complexity of many regulatory requirements, stakeholders are increasingly...

Reflections on London Tech Week

An estimated 55,000 attended London Tech Week, an annual series of conferences, held June 11-15 this year. That number alone says a lot about the vitality of the tech market in the UK, and London in particular. But that just scratches the surface of...

Blueprint for Change: Digital Architecture Considerations (Part 2 of 2)

As we discussed in Part 1 of this topic, it is important for enterprise architects to consider the greater context when implementing digital solutions to enable innovation throughout the organization. Below we have outlined some key considerations...

GDPR: Legitimate Interest vs. Consent

For the past several months organizations around the globe have been updating privacy policies to include their lawful basis for holding and processing a user’s information, in an effort to comply with the European Union’s new General Data...