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FinTalk Report Winter 2016

IT Insights for the Financial Services Industry
More than ever, financial services organizations are poised to reinvent themselves, revitalize old processes, rethink their customer engagement strategies and reposition themselves against the competition.

Emerging technologies have game-changing potential as new market entrants shake up the industry. Disruption is a driving force for banks, credit unions and capital markets firms to make positive changes that minimize risk, grow revenue and prosper in an ever more competitive industry. 

This issue of the FinTalk Report examines how financial services firms are simplifying, streamlining and managing data to their strategic advantage. By embracing IT infrastructure upgrades and new tools, these organizations are better able to harness the flow of data and build a solid foundation for future analysis of customer behavior, business performance, operational efficiency and regulatory compliance. 

But once data is successfully managed, it must be protected. You’ll also learn about the hottest trends in cybersecurity technology — from the network to mobile devices. Ensuring secure access to proprietary information across multiple channels is a must in today’s financial world. 

Our dedicated CDW Financial Services account team and solution architects can help address your technology challenges with customizable solutions and services. 

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