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        As Capital Markets Organizations Focus on Ways to Reduce Risk  Data Management Is Receiving a Top-to-Bottom Makeover
        As Capital Markets Organizations Focus on Ways to Reduce Risk  Data Management Is Receiving a Top-to-Bottom Makeover
        As Capital Markets Organizations Focus on Ways to Reduce Risk  Data Management Is Receiving a Top-to-Bottom Makeover
        As Capital Markets Organizations Focus on Ways to Reduce Risk  Data Management Is Receiving a Top-to-Bottom Makeover
        As Capital Markets Organizations Focus on Ways to Reduce Risk  Data Management Is Receiving a Top-to-Bottom Makeover
        As Capital Markets Organizations Focus on Ways to Reduce Risk  Data Management Is Receiving a Top-to-Bottom Makeover
        As Capital Markets Organizations Focus on Ways to Reduce Risk  Data Management Is Receiving a Top-to-Bottom Makeover
        As Capital Markets Organizations Focus on Ways to Reduce Risk  Data Management Is Receiving a Top-to-Bottom Makeover
        As Capital Markets Organizations Focus on Ways to Reduce Risk  Data Management Is Receiving a Top-to-Bottom Makeover
        As Capital Markets Organizations Focus on Ways to Reduce Risk  Data Management Is Receiving a Top-to-Bottom Makeover
        As Capital Markets Organizations Focus on Ways to Reduce Risk  Data Management Is Receiving a Top-to-Bottom Makeover
        As Capital Markets Organizations Focus on Ways to Reduce Risk  Data Management Is Receiving a Top-to-Bottom Makeover

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        As Capital Markets Organizations Focus on Ways to Reduce Risk Data Management Is Receiving a Top-to-Bottom Makeover

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        This collection of articles, which originally appeared in Wall Street & Technology (WS&T), explores how the global financial crisis and resulting regulatory scrutiny have changed the capital markets landscape, including how companies look at data management. These pieces were featured in the January 2013 edition and include: The thoughts of WS&T senior editor Melanie Rodier on the reasons data management is getting a "top-to-bottom makeover." Larry Tabb of the Tabb Group, and his take on post-financial crisis data management. David Wallace, Global Financial Services Marketing Manager at SAS, who writes about the benefits of pairing event stream processing (ESP) with high-performance analytics. Wallace ....read more

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