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INDVSTRVSNovember 16, 2017

While the fault line has been forming for some time, it is about to turn into the Grand Canyon with banks on one side, and tech companies on the other. As of January 2018, the Second Payment Services Directive (PSD2) regulations come into effect across the European Union enabling businesses and customers to use third-party providers to manage their finances.

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INDVSTRVSNovember 13, 2017

BANKEX may become a stampede of unicorns with founder and CEO Igor Khmel riding the one with wings at the front of the pack... We chat with NYC-Moscow-Hong Kong based Khmel on all things fintech and why true disruption of the banking sector is an insiders’ game.

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INDVSTRVSOctober 20, 2017

DARPA has a USD 3.1 billion budget for R&D, which is on par with big pharma and tech giants, so it is interesting to note how under the radar DARPA is. Perhaps it’s not surprising considering they invented the technology for Stealth fighters (pun intended) and O! they also invented the internet plus a truckload of other cool things we all take for granted. We take you through a timeline of their most accomplished achievements to-date. Down Periscope!

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INDVSTRVSMay 7, 2017

If you’re super busy, the work pile is growing and in your dreams you’re always running naked, late for a train, Technologist Joseph Smith has the cure. Listen to David Allen’s book on Getting Things Done and build your own personal management system for scale.

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INDVSTRVSApril 17, 2017

With GE’s history of lightbulb moments and executing ahead of the curve, its heavy investment into Industrial Cloud, by bringing together the latest game changing technologies of our time, namely Big Data and Analytics, Internet of Things (IoT) and Cloud, should have investors sitting up and paying attention.

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INDVSTRVSApril 16, 2017

With the tech industry priding itself as an evidence-driven discipline it is odd that company policies and practises are sometimes led by preconceptions than actual data. This is particularly pertinent for women who work in tech, where the evidence on female ambition and motivation urges us to leave our assumptions at the door.

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INDVSTRVSJanuary 10, 2017

Popular crisis management theories often advocate for stakeholder engagement during times of crises. For those who have witnessed or experienced first-hand work-place crises, they can attest that this approach is rubbish; working via consensus in a crisis doesn’t work in real-life.