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Pulse Report: Financial Services IT Trends and Red Hat
Gatepoint Research recently asked 110 financial services technology executives about their top industry issues, IT priorities, planned software investments and migrations to open source, challenges with their proprietary systems, and the value they see in Red Hat® technology.
Findings from the survey reveal:
- Top industry concerns are with security, compliance/ regulations, risk, and changing business models.
- Top IT priorities include improving efficiency, containing technology costs, and delivering applications more quickly.
- Common frustrations include proprietary systems that make it hard to manage complex environments, have a high total cost of ownership (TCO), and are slow to deliver applications.
- Customers see Red Hat value in addressing the most critical issues and top priorities for companies who offer financial services.
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