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In two years time, what will customers experience when they complete banking transactions on mobile devices? Jeff Wright of Bank of Montreal and Julie Ask of Forrester discuss what they see for the future of mobile banking.

Chris Bailey, Senior Technical Staff Member at IBM, talks about one of the advantages of Swift on the client and the server while at Swift Summit 2016.

He explains how developers and back-end engineers can avoid working in silos by using a single code base. This allows both teams to collaborate on the whole project, view what the other is working on and agree on implementation.

For more thoughts from Chris, visit his blog post on Mobile Business Insights: http://bit.ly/2gh1oyg

By the year 2020, there will be more than 50 billion IoT devices. Matt Candy, VP & UKI/European Leader at IBM iX, and Saul Berman, Partner/VP/Chief Strategist of IBM GBS, help us prepare for the challenges and opportunities. Learn more: http://bit.ly/2kVEr1T

Customers don’t just want personal experiences—they want contextual experiences. Avanlee Okragly, VP of SimpleC, and Rob High, CTO of Watson are using cognitive to create new customer experiences. Learn more: http://bit.ly/2q29RaE

Sunday, 21 May 2017 13:28

Setting the Table for Tech: Cloud

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Cloud gave birth to new business models that are changing the way we work. Collaboration and accessibility are bringing new business values to CEOs like Amy Gross (VineSleuth) and Rodrigo Garcia de la Cruz (Finnovating). Learn more: http://bit.ly/2nXiOS1

How is cognitive changing the way we create? We brought together the top thought-leaders in tech for a cognitive-created dinner to find out. From a CTO to an entrepreneur to a healthcare VP to a Michelin-star chef, see all the ways creating with Watson is reinventing business. Learn more: http://bit.ly/2m6Pw63

What is digital reinvention? Warren Tomlin, IBM Vice President, discusses real digital reinvention, the kind of change that will drive companies forward to competitive advantage, requires business leaders to combine siloed innovation.

Cognitive computing is a revolutionary technology transforming how companies do business and, ultimately, serve their customers. Doug Nelson, Chief Technology Officer of SimpleC, explains how to get in front of this revolution. Learn more: http://bit.ly/2qaOVOX

Daniel Yellin, Vice President of IBM Mobile Platform Dev and Israel Software Lab, shares three trends that will transform the apps we use.

Real digital reinvention, the kind of change that will drive companies forward to competitive advantage, requires business leaders to combine siloed innovation. Warren Tomlin, IBM Vice President, discusses how digital reinvention requires the integration of everything together: analytics and mobile, emerging technology and new business models, business practices, systems and data, all guided by a holistic reinvention strategy that can stoke all of those little campfires into a powerful blaze.

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