Profile of Becca LipmanSenior Editor
Member Since: 5/8/2014
Blog Posts: 239
Becca Lipman is Senior Editor for Wall Street & Technology. She writes in-depth news articles with a focus on big data and compliance in the capital markets. She regularly meets with information technology leaders and innovators and writes about cloud computing, datacenters, market structure, and the impacts of regulations and social media on business strategy. Prior to joining WS&T Becca served as Editor-in-Chief at Kapitall Wire where she regularly reported on the stock market and trading strategies. Originally from New Jersey, she received a BA in both economics and environmental studies from New York University.
Articles by Becca Lipman
posted in February 2014
Important lessons from The Practicing Law Institute's seminar, Social Media 2014: Addressing Corporate Risks.
Watch out. Are your big data feeds in blatant violation of terms of service agreements?
Delivering the ideal IBOR solution will require fundamental changes in way businesses operate and the way front-office trading systems are used.
Convergence of voice and data presents a significant cost advantage still not exploited by IT departments in banks.
Despite regulatory hurdles, ING will support preapproved and FINRA compliant LinkedIn profiles for its 2,400 advisors.
See how Box's cloud security risk compares with Dropbox, how Facebook stacks up against Twitter, Office 365 versus Gmail.
Information security is very important, but most people think they know it and that's half the problem.
In response to demands for unique tools, an open marketplace for third party and collaborative applications has been well received.
Far too many IT groups think risky cloud services are something they can simply block, but the genie is out of bottle.
Happy Users = Productive Users
"The platform is built to leverage other parts of business in a scalable and integrated kind of way," says Nasdaq's Michael Cotter.
For smaller firms, recent "parking scheme" charges should be call to arms to enhance surveillance platforms.
To attract clients of younger generations banks and brokerages must consider self-directed trading platform, concludes Scivantage report.
Doing away with internal e-mail may not be as crazy as it sounds.
Another step towards a device agnostic and real-time online trading experience.
Detailing the best-in-class features in nine areas of online brokerage offerings and functionality.
Check out Eikon's Twitter and news sentiment analysis tools