As 2011 comes to a close this week, we thought we’d share some of our favorite (and most popular!) blog posts from the Hedge IT stream. As expected, topics such as cloud computing, Dodd-Frank and technology outsourcing were popular among our readers.
We expect these trends to continue to permeate the blog through 2012, and we’ll continue to expand our reach by bringing you relevant and interesting content to read (and watch) come next year. If you have suggestions or feedback on the Hedge IT blog, please feel free to contact us.
Alas, here are our most popular hedge fund technology blog posts from 2011:
We provided a snapshot of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform Act as it relates to hedge fund technology, notably system safeguards and record keeping. Non-exempt firms must comply by March 30, 2012.
Following a panel seminar we hosted in New York, we outlined the key market trends for 2011 in the hedge fund industry, including new fund launches, regulations and cloud computing. Presentation included!
One of the most popular topics on Hedge IT is cloud computing, and this article breaks down our own Bob Guilbert’s top ten questions to ask a cloud services provider during the evaluation process.
In accordance with the release of our newest guidebook, A Guide to Technology Outsourcing for Hedge Funds, we provided an overview of the key trends in technology outsourcing, including cloud computing, outsourced staffing and colocation services.
Our most popular blog article in 2011 on the topic of business resiliency was this one, which outlines sample RFP (Request for Proposal) questions relative to disaster recovery, BCP, security, backup and more.
One of the biggest technology stories in late 2011 was (and still is) the hard drive disk shortage that transpired in the aftermath of flooding in Thailand. Read more about the situation and how it could continue to affect the technology industry in 2012.
A personal favorite of mine, we asked our Boston employees what they were thankful for this year. Watch our video to find out!
On behalf of everyone at Eze Castle Integration, we wish you a safe and happy New Year! See you in 2012!
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