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Whitepaper: Surviving the Crisis: Tools for the Modern IT Organization

by Wall Street & TechnologyApr 01, 2009

As the global financial crisis continues to upend the capital markets, Wall Street IT organizations increasingly are looking for ways to improve efficiency while remaining in position to capitalize on opportunities when the business environment improves. To boost agility and cut costs, many financial services technology organizations are exploring tools such as cloud computing, virtualization, software as a service and outsourcing.

Whitepaper: Next Generation Data Centers: Building Intelligent Design Into the Infrastructure

by Wall Street & TechnologyJan 01, 2009

Technology executives charged with running Wall Street�s data centers have a difficult balance to strike: On one hand, demand for high performance and low latency to support algorithmic trading has never been greater; on the other hand, subprime write-downs and the troubled economy portend IT budget cuts while skyrocketing energy prices necessitate efficient use of energy. Learn how firms are achieving this balance with the use of state-of-the-art technology and design techniques, including high-speed networks, latency monitoring tools, organized virtualization, improved cooling technology, colocation and remote data center management.