It is hard to think of a nation with a worse case of economic whiplash than Bangladesh, as Covid-19 wrecks 2020. Before early March, when it confirmed its first coronavirus case, the country was tipped to be one of the year’s top performers in terms of growth and a rare beneficiary
COVID-19 has demonstrated the importance of digital readiness, which allows business and people’s life to continue as usual during pandemics. Building the necessary infrastructure to support a digitized world and stay current in the latest technology will be essential for any business or country to remain competitive in a post-COVID-19
Documentaries can be the victims of bad timing, and that to some extent is the case with Floored—a 2009 documentary which chronicles the plight of veteran Chicago futures traders as they struggle to adapt to new, fast-paced computer technologies. Floored offers an interesting insight into the world of stocks, high frequency
When it comes to interoperability, MFSs still have a long way to go. Currently, they cannot ‘talk’ to one another and customers on one network cannot pay people using another network. Being a relatively nascent market hasn’t prevented the mobile financial service (MFS) industry from making great advancements in recent years.
The popular perception of the average tech industry worker varies from the fresh faced, hoodie wearer, pitching an outlandish app or social media idea, to bearded men perpetually hunched at their computers. While both caricatures do exist, the question is which group represents the financial technology (FinTech) industry, especially at
Eagle Eye, Director DJ Caruso’s ambitious movie undertaking the omnipresence of technologies in the day-to-day life doesn’t have much to offer for the serious ‘techis’ but it surely gives the netizens a roller-coaster ride. It’s a fast-paced adventure that leaves the audience on the edge of their seat form beginning