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Operational resilience using the cloud

The panel

  • Arvind Swami, Head of financial services, Asia-Pacific (Apac), Red Hat
  • Christopher J Tan, Global partner revenue acceleration director, Apac and Japan, Intel
  • Kenneth Catugas, Head of IT, ING
  • Colin Dinn, Chief transformation officer, Vietcombank
  • Ganeshbabu Nagarajan, Head of cloud acceleration and data centre migration, Standard Chartered Bank
  • Moderator: Victor Anderson, Global content director, WatersTechnology
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There was a time when the cloud, and cloud-based applications and services, were viewed with scepticism by swaths of the financial services industry. But firms on both sides of the industry have now come to see the significant business and operational benefits it can bring. Similarly, investors now expect their service providers to have, at the very least, a clear cloud strategy as a means of maintaining operational resilience. 

This webinar focuses on the business and operational benefits to firms on the back of their cloud strategies, across an industry that is often unforgiving to those not able to guarantee 100% uptime, operational robustness and competitiveness.

This webinar addresses the following:

  • What operational resilience across the financial services industry entails and how the cloud, and cloud-based services, can help firms realise their resiliency objectives
  • What firms can reasonably expect from cloud providers when it comes to operational resilience and what qualities they should look for in a partner
  • How financial services firms can make the business case for establishing relationships with providers of cloud-based services, especially when it comes to optimising operational efficiency.

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