By Matthew O’Neill, Financial Services Industry Managing Director, Office of the CTO, VMware One of the great things about my job is that even after thirty years in banks and banking IT and now approaching three years at VMware, there’s more to learn every day. There are things that are new, things that have changed, or […]
Introducing a new podcast from VMware for curious minds in the financial services industry.
Working in IT in the banking sector, it is easy to focus on keeping the lights on. In this new podcast series, host and Financial Services Industry Managing Director in the Office of the CTO at VMware, Matthew O’Neill along with fellow VMware colleagues explore the challenges and different facets of life in banking keeping CIOs and their teams awake at night. The goal is to transform the way banks and other financial service providers work and to provide the hose to put out the fires!
Episode 1: Setting the Scene with Joe Baguley
Matthew is joined by Joe Baguley, CTO for EMEA at VMware, to discuss everything from mainframes to applications, the state of IT to the existence of cash.
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Episode 2: End User Computing with Spencer Pitts
Spencer Pitts, Chief Technologist for EUC in EMEA for VMware, joins Matthew to chat all things End User Computing. They discuss how banks and other financial service providers are transforming the way they work, the implications and the steps they take to overcome those obstacles.
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Episode 3: Cyber security & banking with Scott McKinnon
It doesn’t matter what bank you work for, or where you are in the world, there’s one thing that units all IT decision-makers at banks – cyber security. In this episode, Matthew chats to Scott McKinnon, Business Solutions Architect at VMware, about how the threats banks face are changing, what that means for the security they put in place, and the implications if they get it wrong.
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Episode 4: Coming soon…
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