A 60-minute Banking Exchange webinar explores how to ensure your network can support the next-gen bank
Cloud adoption, mobile banking, branch transformation, and the need for a seamless, connected customer experience continue to put pressure on network bandwidth.
Legacy networks hinder application performance affecting customer experience and company efficiency. Bottom line: banks can’t provide an Amazon-like experience with a legacy network.
The following topics are covered by an expert panel:
* How changing customer expectations impact networks
* Evolving needs of organizational networks
* How Software Defined Wide Area Network technology can alleviate bandwidth squeeze
* The future of connectivity
Doug Biever, Senior Vice President Managing Director of Distributed Technology Services (DTS), U.S. Bank. Doug has been with U.S. Bank for 23 years. The DTS team he oversees evaluates, designs, implements and maintains all the bank’s network, servers, storage systems, databases and middleware services that enable business applications to function. The DTS team is made up of six groups, all of which report to Doug: Network Engineering, Network Security Services, Converged Infrastructure & Capacity Management, Distributed Operating Systems, Database Administration, and Middleware Infrastructure Services.
Randy Reitz, Senior Director, Financial Services Strategic Accounts, Comcast Business. Randy is responsible for shaping the company's strategy to deliver distributed enterprise networking and IT solutions for large U.S.-based multinational financial institutions. Randy leads a team of industry veterans who work with customers to design, build, implement and manage custom network solutions.
Lisa Joyce, Senior Contributing Editor, Banking Exchange. Lisa has more than 20 years of experience as a banking industry writer and reporter. She specializes in tracking and sorting out trends in the fast moving bank technology sector. She has interviewed numerous high-level executives at banks, as well as leaders of payment and technology companies.
Presented by Comcast Business