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Swift
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Oct 16, 2019

SWIFT GPI

Rouble Saha Senior Business Manager

The cross border transactions have historically been a puzzle for most of the banks as they cannot predict the exact time and fees to complete the transaction. Moreover, it becomes very difficult to track the payment once it goes out of the...
Affective Computing
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Next-generation digital collaboration encompasses innovative communication technologies that helps enterprises shift towards building more cohesive and efficient team, and workstream relationships. The Unified Communications & Collaborations (...
Libra
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Oct 09, 2019

Is Libra systemically important? Not likely!

Dr. Michael Maxwell Solution Principal, Financial Services

The Libra Association has agreed to subject Libra to KYC, AML and similar regulation as part of obtaining access to the developed economies. Know more!
Risk Compliance
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Kishore Joseph, General Manager, Solutions, HCL Financial Services, author of this blog discusses the various data used in Machine Learning model and the common pitfalls faced in the process. Read more about how to effectively use and utilize...
Edged
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Oct 07, 2019

Is Cloud being "Edged" out? Next-gen technologies at the forefront

Sachin Paul Deputy General Manager, Products and Offerings, IoT WoRKSᵀᴹ

The blog attempts to bring in a degree of sanity into the common myth that edge is replacing cloud as the next big tech.
Affective Computing
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Affective computing, also known as emotional AI, refers to IT systems and devices designed to determine human emotions, respond to the user based on what they perceive, and, in some cases, represent human emotions to users.
Neuro
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Sep 30, 2019

Neuro Character Recognition

Selvaraj Thangaraj Senior Technical Manager

In the modern era, application data processing speed and scalability are the best only if the user interface (UI) is navigational and user-friendly. In a competitive world, if the new application hits the market without any major user interface (UI...
Apache Kafka
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Apache Kafka is a highly scalable, wicked fast and fault-tolerant messaging system used for real time streaming applications and real time data processing. Apache Kafka is an open source publish-subscribe based messaging system responsible for...
Full Stack
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To meet the demands of a changing IT industry, SQA organisations are implementing business process automation, faster time to market, agile and DevOps, and digital transformation practices. Being an evolving industry, IT requires new skills that...
Agile Initial Thoughts
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Oct 22, 2019

SAFe 5.0 is Here: Our Initial Thoughts

Sue Laurent Principal Product Marketing Manager

The 2019 Global SAFe Summit in San Diego earlier this month, the members of the Digital Advisory and Consulting Services (DACS) team at Enterprise Studio by HCL Technologies want to share our initial thoughts on the release of SAFe 5.0. Read more...
Transforming for tomorrow
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Dec 17, 2019

Transforming for tomorrow

Suzanna Hunter Managing Consultant

When undertaking a technology implementation, what most clients really want is a true transformation of the way they serve their key stakeholders.  Companies, however, often fall far short of achieving transformation because they do not...
Major Applications of Embedded Systems
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Embedded systems have become an integral part of our daily life.Embedded systems monitoring plays a crucial role in the overall success of the entire system .Read the blog to know various techniques to monitor embedded systems
IRA Software Team
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When it comes to a software product, there are several things that needs to be taken care of, such as development, documentation, design specification, and so on. Software teams who are working using the JIRA platform knows how effective this...
XSS
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Jan 14, 2020

XSS Vulnerability and prevention

Kuldeep Singh Senior Technical Lead

XSS attacks are common to web applications as big and popular as Facebook, Google, and PayPal, and XSS has been a mainstay on the OWASP Top 10 list since its inception. XSS attacks are especially dangerous because an attacker...
eSIM
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The blog focuses on the challenges associated with switching CSPs(Communication Service Providers) who provide mobile network based Internet access technologies and the solution to overcome the same.  Ability to switch CSPs is a key requirement...
HPC
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This article covers the perspective on the synergy of HPC and AI along with some prominent use cases where AI augments HPC workloads.
Evolving Cybersecurity Framework
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Cybersecurity is a buzzword these days in the boardroom of almost all enterprises. With the proliferation of sensors, IoT technologies and fast computing environment, vulnerability attacks and breaches are on spike resulting in huge losses to the...
SAP
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Cloud Foundry on Sap Cloud Platform has made it possible to leverage SAP backend with Cloud Native applications. Follow our 8-week process to port a .NET legacy app to SAP Cloud Foundry

Open banking consent management
Sivaramakrishna Swaminathan - Business Manager, Apps & SI Del Practice-FS Banking Domain, HCL Technologies | January 2, 2020
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Open banking provides customers with the ability to securely share financial data among banks and accredited fin techs. Data in open banking has pushed banks to kick start innovations around payments and customer financial management with many potential use cases on spend analytics, credit decision, AML/ KYC and collateral management being developed as proof of concepts. Four types of data are shared in Open Banking - Account, Product, Customer and Transaction data and this has led to improved customer centric solutions and services.

One of the most important pillars of Open Banking is the customer consent. The growth in products and services through open banking has resulted in customers providing consents to every subscription. The Open Banking regulation has prescribed the architecture for obtaining and maintaining consent between the parties involved.

This blog is an attempt to focus on how banks can manage customer consent and how HCL can help in this journey.


Checklist: Things to consider before deciding on your RPA implementation partner
Himanshu Singhal - Automation Consultant | December 26, 2019
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This blog tells us about some of the things that a business should keep in mind before deciding on an RPA implementation partner.


Adopting a Phased Approach to RPA Implementation
Ujjwal Mehta - RPA Presales Consultant | December 26, 2019
62 Views

The article talks about adopting a Phased Approach to RPA Implementation for organizations which are embarking on an RPA journey. It gives a brief overview of HCL's 3 Lever BPM Methodology which organizations can adopt when they go for an RPA implementation.


Synergy of High Performance Computing and Artificial Intelligence
Heena Dua - Product Manager - PMG Group | December 24, 2019
71 Views

This article covers the perspective on the synergy of HPC and AI along with some prominent use cases where AI augments HPC workloads.


The Growing Case of Automation
Ajay Singh - Technology Leader, RPA | December 20, 2019
153 Views

The article gives an overview of HCL Exacto 's Invoice Processing Capabilities through intelligent data capture and tells us why organizations are moving towards intelligent solutions to assist and automate invoice processing.


xOTB, EDGE’s Design System
Ramu P - Group Project Manager | December 18, 2019
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As organizations across the globe embark on digital transformation, they experience a need to fast-track their product-development lifecycle. Clients, to have an edge with the competitors, are looking at design as the key differentiator and are driving enterprises to talk the same design language as clients while keeping up consistency across touchpoints. Designing products in this way, and with speed, defines scaling. Hence, it’s essential for firms to recognize the accomplices, strategies and tools that can assist them execute their digital strategy. Design system is one such tool – It is a collection of associated yet independent design elements that can improve product-development efficiencies and facilitate a great and consistent customer experience. It acts as a single source of truth for your product experience – standardising common design language between Ux designer and Ux developers resulting in improved project workflow, thereby saving time and money.


xOTB, EDGE’s Design System- Part 2
Ramu P - Group Project Manager | December 18, 2019
54 Views

As organizations across the globe embark on digital transformation, they experience a need to fast-track their product-development lifecycle. Clients, to have an edge with the competitors, are looking at design as the key differentiator and are driving enterprises to talk the same design language as clients while keeping up consistency across touchpoints. Designing products in this way, and with speed, defines scaling. Hence, it’s essential for firms to recognize the accomplices, strategies and tools that can assist them execute their digital strategy. Design system is one such tool – It is a collection of associated yet independent design elements that can improve product-development efficiencies and facilitate a great and consistent customer experience. It acts as a single source of truth for your product experience – standardising common design language between Ux designer and Ux developers resulting in improved project workflow, thereby saving time and money.


How to outpace Technological Change
Suzanna Hunter - Managing Consultant | December 17, 2019
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As the pace of technological change increases, so does the need to quickly reap the benefits of one technology before it is supplanted by another.   This blog, the final in our five-part series, discusses how to establish  organisational resilience and the mindset and capacity to engage with and embrace change constructively.


How to build Awareness that builds Commitment to Change
Suzanna Hunter - Managing Consultant | December 17, 2019
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Since committed and engaged end users are the hallmarks of a successful change initiative, it is integral that organisations learn how to build awareness that also builds commitment to the intended changes.  In this blog, the fourth in a five-part series,  we outline a few of the most beneficial, but not always the most obvious, ways organisations can consider doing this when embarking on change programs. 


How to Overcome the Technology vs People Paradigm
Suzanna Hunter - Managing Consultant | December 17, 2019
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This blog, the third in a five-part series, explains how ‘starting at the end’ of a change program  can help organisations avoid ‘technology-shock’:  the situation where people find they have to use new technology without being adequately involved or prepared.  It explains how galvanising the thinking and commitment of the people, process, technology and product/service components leads to the most impactful transformations.