Dog Food for Thought
CJC engages in a process known as dogfooding, or “eating your own dog food”, occurring when an organisation actually uses its own product. It equates to an additional form of quality control.
A World Class Managed Service. Round the Clock.
A world class managed service really does mean every minute, every hour, every day.
The ABC of Cloud Deployment
There are three critical steps to securing a successful cloud deployment.
Inspiration for Artificial Intelligence
It's great to know that the cloud, machine learning and AI techniques can improve our life, as well as the capital markets.
Is information really the new most valuable commodity?
From tribal elders to Google, information has perhaps always been the most valued resource.
Simplicity is Genius
There is a time and place for stripping away the technical talk and focusing on actual practical benefits.
Leveraging Collaborative Innovation to Deliver Value
At CJC, we've always believed that innovation and collaboration are not mutually exclusive.
Is your universe of contributed data ready for GDPR?
Non-compliance can result in fines of up to 4% of a company's annual global revenue.
Alexa, update my blog!
Alexa for Business clearly demonstrates the positive future for voice and chat bots.
An Instant Message - Over Forty Years in the Making
Real time chat via computers has been around longer than you might think.
Access to the Holy Grail of Financial Data Professionals
The mosaicOA Demo Environment showcases CJC's visualization tool for operational metrics.
SLAs are Needed to Harness the Power of the Cloud
There are signs that firms are taking a more realistic standpoint on what it actually means to move to the public cloud.
The Challenges of Exchange and Vendor Policy and Price Changes
Many compliance and policy teams have more than doubled in the last three years.
Access Equinix On-Net Feeds via CJC Cloud
Nasdaq recently announced that their US Equity data feeds are now available in London LD4.
Are you prepared for exchange operator changes?
Implementing exchange policy and price changes should be the catalyst for a clear out of non-profitable applications and products.
Are you ready for FRTB?
In May 2012, the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision (BCBS) introduced the Fundamental Review of the Trading Book (FRTB) as a consultative paper. Is the banking community ready?