David Potterton, Marc DeCastro, Michael Araneta, Jeanne Capachin, Li-May Chew, Roberto Gutierrez, Rachel Hunt, Alex Kwiatkowski, Karen Massey, Aaron McPherson, Bijen Ramdas, Matt Sauer, Ho Sui-Jon, Michael Versace, Michael Yeo
This IDC Financial Insights report presents our top 10 predictions for global financial services. As we entered 2012, the theme seemed to be focused on surviving rather than thriving. Despite the recovery made through most of the year, political uncertainty, slowing global markets, and increased regulation have continued to prevent global growth needed to propel the industry. 2013 will present its own challenges, particularly as the problems of 2012 have not been solved going into 2013.
According to Dave Potterton, vice president of Global Research at IDC Financial Insights, "What we will be looking for in 2013 is how well organizations manage the four key technology disruptors (big data/analytics, mobility, cloud computing, and social). Organizational success will be determined primarily based on how well these are managed."
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Applications, Big Data analytics and discovery, Broadband, Cloud services, Customer relationship management applications, Data centric, Disaster recovery, Disk-based data protection, Failover and failback, Governance, risk and compliance infrastructure, Hardware, Information protection and control, Networks, Procurement, Software, Storage