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Rebuilding Financial Infrastructure for the Web - Entrepreneurs are preparing for a new generation of infrastructure providers. http://ubm.io/1gMgx3O
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Smartphone Kill Switches Coming, But Critics Cry Foul - Smartphone makers and carriers agree to add optional kill switches to smartphones, but law enforcement officials say the anti-theft effort doesn't go far enough. http://ubm.io/1gBb8sP
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From Boardroom to Operations - Aligning business security strategy from top to bottom http://ubm.io/1kXklDu
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Data Scientists Want Respect & Results - Analytics managers from Macy's, Ford, and Google offer tips on how to integrate and inspire data scientists. http://ubm.io/1gwTJoF
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Risky Business: The Modern IT Battle Plan - Identifying the 5 key areas of technology risk in financial services http://ubm.io/1jyDt6X
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The Irresistible Rise of Agile Development - Building responsiveness into the front office, agile development is becoming a market necessity, writes David Meitz, CTO at ITG. http://ubm.io/1pb8IdQ
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Celebrus's Granular Data Helps Build Online Strategy - Real-time tracking of customer click streams and interactions enables banks to test marketing campaigns with increased accuracy http://ubm.io/1kyJpxN
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ITG's Mobile App Measures Trading Costs on the Fly - ITG's Liquidity Metrics helps portfolio managers and traders to quickly understand trading costs on a daily basis by region and sector. http://ubm.io/1qCmlQG
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5 Things to Look For Before Accepting Terms & Conditions - Is your corporate data at risk? Before uploading sensitive information to cloud services be sure review these terms. http://ubm.io/1koMe4r
Is your corporate data at risk? Before uploading sensitive information to cloud services be sure review these terms.
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Did JVM's "Warm-Up" Cause Knight's Collapse? - Some say that Knightesque "flash trades" may result from a known behavior of many Java Virtual Machine solutions and at least one vendor announces a fix. http://ubm.io/1jyDuYv
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Going to market in the securities and investment industry.

For more than 25 years, Wall Street & Technology has been helping technology firms connect with customers. We deliver the strongest media platform in the business from which to launch your marketing efforts, plus smart cross-media programs that make sure you gain the best results possible. From print and online to web-based and live events, Wall Street & Technology can help you develop a program that targets the people who matter most — technology decision makers and buyers. We find the right mix of communication channels and help you design the most appropriate content for each, matching your prospect’s information expectations at each touchpoint. Whether you’re looking to build brand recognition, educate prospects, drive traffic to your web site or generate sales leads, we get the job done. No other brand in financial IT media can deliver what we can: the marquee brand, the most-respected editorial voice, the widest distribution, the highest-quality audience, and leading products in every medium.
Wall Street & Technology is also part of TechWeb, a leading global technology media company that offers you further leverage points to get your message across.

But don’t take our word for it. Talk to your own customers. Ask what they read, the events they attend and who they trust. Ask other technology firms which media partner they align themselves with. We’re confident you’ll receive one consistent answer: Wall Street & Technology.