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 January 2014
Social information is racking up eDiscovery costs, and surprisingly easy to manipulate.
Client hoping to provide that extra level of insurance are getting smarter about their questions around security.
Nasdaq expanded its Access Services suite with an upgrade of the acquired risk management platform, FTEN.
Globalization of regulatory burdens are raising the bar on risk, compliance and supervision technology.
More firms are keeping data they could legally toss. Is this "keep everything" approach sustainable?
Mergermarket's research team analyzed their global, industry-wide M&A report to emphasize the trends in Financial Services.
The initial VOP filing deadline has just passed, but it was a breeze compared to the reporting challenges ahead.
They named it Warren.
Demand for historical reference data, including corporate earnings data, hints at emerging quantitative strategy and back testing techniques.
It remains difficult to quantify the effects of social media, but that hasn’t stopped the continued dedication of funds to staff and equip social initiatives.
Five examples of actors trying to be as cool as bankers
The shift to cloud and hosted software has drastically changed the role of the datacenter.
EDGAR Online is embracing commoditization and evolving its data delivery platform.
If ICE can't assimilate or find a structural reason to keep hold of the acquired technology, it should go.
In a recent survey, many senior leaders admitted to frequently engaging in high-risk behavior.
Over the past decade increased complexity and transparency demands have shifted hedge funds toward outsourced shadow-accounting.
Whoops. 58% of senior managers have accidentally shared sensitive information with the wrong person
The co-sourcing model is gaining traction in firms looking to scale front and middle office.
Classic back office tools are starting to leverage real-time data functionality. Supportive data intensive applications are quickly becoming a necessity.
Adding to data storage can give rise to troubling performance issues.
On January 6 Merrill Lynch will celebrate its 100 year anniversary. Former Chairman of Merrill Lynch International and son of one of ML's founders, Winthrop H. Smith Jr. reflects on its colorful history.