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The Top 5 Data Connectivity Concerns Affecting Financial Companies

The Top 5 Data Connectivity Concerns Affecting Financial Companies

August 16, 2012 0 Comments

In the financial services industry, thousands of users regularly rely on the ability to accurately and quickly access data in order to run business-critical reports and amend databases. It’s for this reason that it’s imperative to business success and user efficiency that financial institutions have reliable, real-time data connectivity solutions.

Security is another motivation to ensure robust data connectivity solutions are in place, especially because high-profile security breaches are now impacting reputable companies. For example, eight out of the nine most costly breaches have occurred since 2010, even though businesses have been banking and trading online for years.

DataDirect has been helping financial clients manage their data connectivity for over 20 years, which is why we’re hosting a webinar on the top five connectivity concerns affecting financial companies. Just what are these concerns?

  1. Security – Protecting customer information
  2. Reliability – Streamlining business continuity protocols and disaster recovery solutions
  3. Performance/Scalability – Ensuring the reliability of real-time transaction systems
  4. Flexibility – Quickly responding to business requirements
  5. Compliance – Adopting new regulations

During the webinar, not only will be address the concerns above, but we will provide you with real-world examples of how problems (such as loss in brand and customer confidence) can be avoided by implementing a premium data connectivity solution.

Click below to register for the webinar.

Date: Wednesday, August 22, 2012

Time: 11:00 am Eastern Daylight Time

Paul-Griffin

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