eFinancial Careers: Opportunities for kdb+ engineers are expanding outside of finance
22 May 2017
According to eFinancialCareers more kdb+/q programmers are finding new opportunities outside of financial services as Kx’s kdb+ database is becoming more more broadly used in other sectors that face Big Data challenges.
Fresh Business Thinking: Investment in technology is boosting competitiveness
7 Apr 2017
Kx’s Kevin McGivern writes in the latest issue of Fresh Business Thinking how technology is the single greatest enabler of boosting productivity within businesses – yet ONS statistics show that on average, the UK is as much as one day a week less productive than France, Germany and the US. It’s clear that more work needs to be done now to harness new, innovative technologies that will be pivotal in helping organizations disrupt their business models in years to come. But what steps need to be taken to get there, in a bid to claw back that elusive, extra day?
Dataconomy: IoT Solutions Director Hugh Hyndman discusses factors driving IoT
4 Apr 2017
Kx’s IoT Solutions Director Hugh Hyndman, writes in Dataconomy about the factors driving IoT forward, the opportunities across sectors and the technologies that are being used for real-time insights.
Institutional Investor: SEC takes major step forward in digital regulation by utilizing kdb+
31 Mar 2017
Kx is cited in a recent column by Jeffrey Kutler in Institutional Investor which looks at how financial regulators like the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission are adding sophisticated technologies for artificial intelligence and machine learning to their toolkits.
Nasdaq Market Talks: The New Age of Analytics
27 Mar 2017
Kx’s Jon Robson was recently on a Nasdaq panel discussing “The New Age of Analytics,” with Mike O’Rourke, Global Head of Machine Intelligence and Data Services at Nasdaq and Brennan Carley, Global Head of Frameworks Product Management at Thomson Reuters.
Markets Media: The increasing importance of real-time analytics
17 Nov 2016
Editor Terry Flanagan writes in the second of the four-part series “The Future of Analytics” about the technological capabilities required of brokers to prove best execution to their clients.