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The big change in business social networks

By Jean-Paul Chapon
Head of digital communication at Societe Generale

Societe Generale is looking to transform communications with the 'SG Communities' social network. Success here is vital for us, and we have a...

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INFOGRAPHIC: Internet of Things, forging a new path

The Internet of Things (IoT) and Machine to Machine (M2M) communications are redefining what is possible through software and analytics. The industry is already delivering game-changing efficiency gains and presenting huge investment opportunities for the future.

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Creating a lean, agile financial exchange business

By Hirander Misra
chief executive at Global Markets Exchange Group

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What big data analytics achieve in world of risk

The smart players in the insurance and reinsurance industry recognise the urgent need to modernise. The complexity of risk and the need to get risk management profiles right are leading reinsurance firms towards advanced big data analytics.

By Stephen Cross
chief executive of the Aon Global Risk Insights Platform

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Infographic: the biggest cyber security attacks in history

In the world of cyber security, when a business is attacked, it rarely becomes public knowledge - except for the times when the problem is so large it isn't stopped. Sony, Adobe and Vodafone are among those companies that have lost millions of items of data. No one is immune: even the computers of the Pentagon and of European finance ministries have been visited by pirates.

The ever increasing cyber security challenge

By Fayaz Khaki
associate director or information security at IDC

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