Cloud Computing in Banking

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What banks need to know when considering a move to the cloud Cloud computing is expected to be one of the fastest-growing technologies in the coming years. Business applications will be the largest market for cloud services spending, with a gradual transition from on-premise to cloud-based services especially for general business applications like customer relationship […]

What banks need to know when considering a move to the cloud

Cloud computing is expected to be one of the fastest-growing technologies in the coming years. Business applications will be the largest market for cloud services spending, with a gradual transition from on-premise to cloud-based services especially for general business applications like customer relationship management (CRM) and enterprise resource planning (ERP). Banks are expected to enter the cloud computing arena cautiously, with no single cloud services delivery model being a silver bullet for best meeting their demanding business needs. But before moving to the cloud, banks must consider issues around data confidentiality, security, regulatory compliance, interoperability of standards, and quality of services.

In this paper, Capgemini explores the issues banks should consider before adopting a cloud computing model.

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