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A weekly summary of the news, trends, reviews, profiles and articles from Banking CIO Outlook
February 21, 2019

Banking CIO Outlook Weekly Brief

Newsletter for Enterprise Technology Decision Makers

Feature of the Week
The cloud can help reduce the risks of traditional infrastructure technology with operational concerns about capacity, redundancy, and resilience.
The integration of next-generation technology into digital platforms can save time and money by sorting payments and financial data.
The banking landscape has changed from traditional paperwork to data stored online. Emerging technologies, customer-centric offerings and digitization represent important priorities for retail banking.
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CIO Viewpoint
John Marcante, MD & CIO, Vanguard
As the world continues to become more interconnected, it is imperative that we delivery secure technology at startup speed.
Mike Shadler, CIO, Genworth Financial
The "consumerization" of IT has changed the perception of what technology can do in the business. Not every solution calls for traditional IT involvement-and IT needs to embrace that idea, not fear it.
CXO Insights
By Derek Gruber, VP Manager Contract Services, U.S. Bank
Internally, ensure the Business Line understand the contracting process: the timeline involved, and the information your team needs to facilitate a fruitful contract negotiation or renewal.
By Steve Pedersen, Head of North American Corporate Card Products, BMO Financial Group
With fingerprint readers becoming as common as smartphones, biometrics bring to payments a level of innovation we've seen in the movies.