Profile of Greg MacSweeneyEditorial Director
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Greg MacSweeney is editorial director of InformationWeek Financial Services, whose brands include Wall Street & Technology, Bank Systems & Technology, Advanced Trading, and Insurance & Technology.
Articles by Greg MacSweeney
posted in May 2012
Millennials have gotten a bad rap as poor performing, high-maintenance employees. But they can bring a lot of value to the IT workforce — if managers know how to connect with them (literally and figuratively).
Facebook's flubbed IPO, too-big-to-fail banks, RIM/Blackberry's future, JPMorgan's financial circus deja vu and the euro's coming armageddon are just a few of the quotes that made it to this week's quote roundup.
CIOs need to learn what makes Millennials tick, or risk missing out on the tech-savvy skills the ME Generation brings to the table.
The acquisition, a rarity for Bloomberg, aims to establish a strong enterprise data management business for the global market data solutions provider.
JP Morgan's $2 billion trading gaffe continues to make headlines, closely followed by Facebook's IPO, as well as the search for tech talent and quants. Wall Street & Technology keeps you in the loop by compiling some of the best quotes of the week.
JP Morgan makes a $2 billion trading error, the Euro may still flounder and millennials are having a big impact on the modern IT workforce. Wall Street & Technology keeps you in the loop by compiling some of the best quotes of the week.
Banks can work with Dell and other technology providers to validate technology deployments in a realistic and globally connected testing environment.
This week we "celebrate" the second anniversary of the Flash Crash, as well as hear about trust between investors and brokers, mobile security, economic uncertainty and telephone IVRs. Wall Street & Technology keeps you in the loop by compiling some of the best quotes of the week.
New data sources, including social media and mobile devices, can provide valuable information and insights into customer tendencies and trends. But firms do not have the infrastructure or skills to handle the deluge of unstructured data.
AMD's Roadrunner is designed to meet the general purpose compute, cloud infrastructure, high-performance compute and storage needs of the financial services industry.