Cloud Posts

Takeaways from Atmosphere Digital: Rethinking Security in the Cloud

2017-09-01T10:49:32+00:00June 29, 2016|Cloud & Machine Learning, Cloud Posts, Fusion Blog|

Google hosted a live digital event this week focused on rethinking security in the cloud. More and more companies are realizing the cost savings and productivity benefits of being in the cloud, but there continues to be some hesitation centered around safety and security of data. At Atmosphere, Google security experts and customers discussed how [...]

FIA Transformative Trends in Technology

2018-09-13T16:40:28+00:00June 20, 2016|Cloud Posts|

The FIA Technology Committee held their annual election and panel discussion in Chicago last week and for the second year in a row, the panel consisted of speakers from distinctly different disciplines that have recently been in the spotlight for financial technology (or “fintech”). Following introductory remarks from Rumi Morales of CME Ventures, the panel took turns [...]

Transformation in Financial Services: Tech to the Rescue for Challenged Industry

2017-09-01T10:50:58+00:00May 2, 2016|Cloud Posts, Digital Transformation, White Papers|

The financial services industry has never fully recovered from the 2008 meltdown and heightened regulation, intense competition, and unsettled market conditions make financial services an industry that is facing unrelenting headwinds. How to cope in such an environment? Transformation driven by technology. The old saying that “necessity is the mother of invention” is certainly true [...]

Why Google Apps for Work is Winning the Enterprise Messaging and Collaboration Cloud Race

2017-09-01T10:53:41+00:00January 25, 2016|Cloud Posts, Enterprise Collaboration, White Papers|

The battle is certainly on between Google and Microsoft for winning the hearts and minds of enterprise businesses looking to take their messaging and collaboration needs to the cloud. The Google Apps for Work suite has been the disruptive force in enterprise collaboration, shaking up what had become a very complacent Microsoft, since they became [...]