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May 19 -- Investor and coder Edison "Eddy" Ortiz is helping Royal Bank of Canada stay ahead of the FinTech revolution. Find out what he's working on that will change the way you do banking. Bloomberg's Doug Alexander reports. (Source: Bloomberg)
Royal Bank of Scotland launches a new campaign to promote their security team who work 24/7 to keep customer’s hard earned money secure. The TV ad follows a hard working couple who rarely meet due to the pressures of everyday working life.
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Watch the full video in our blog:http://paas.ly/2cOzolr "Code spikes" are used to test out new technologies—blockchain is at the front in the recent tests by a major UK bank. Learn about the lessons learned and issues faced by RBS when building and testing a digital wallet based on Hyperledger. The blockchain era is in its early days during a time when profound questions are being asked if not answered. Against that backdrop a Hyperledger meetup—co-organized by Altoros—took place in London.
For Royal Bank of Scotland, the TBM team was formed to understand and effectively map technology cost to business consumption of that technology. Today, TBM underpins strategic decision-making and is driving front and center of cost takeout aligned with business objectives. Application rationalization is more effectively considered for all related costs and across the entire stack that supports the application, enabling the business to look at every facet of cost reduction and make decisions about priorities based on complete information. A large, enterprise-wide team is utilizing TBM to problem solve, positioning IT as a strategic partner to the business.
The Royal Bank of Scotland mobile app - transfer money, view transactions, Pay Your Contacts and Get Cash (without your debit card). www.rbs.co.uk/mobile App available on most smartphones, to Royal Bank customers with Online Banking and a UK mobile number.
After his panel at Technicity, Gabriel Woo talks about the evolution of consumer banking technology. He shares some of the ways RBC is planning to use IoT to better service its customers, and a couple of the surprising things it has learned about its customers as a result.