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COLLABORATIVE INNOVATION TO ADVANCE BANGLADESH

This year, Bangladesh celebrated its Independence Day with renewed joy as it has earned the eligibility to become a developing nation. The United Nations Committee for Development Policy (CPD) announced Bangladesh’s eligibility for graduation from “Least Developed” to “Developing Country” on March 16. This begins the graduation process for Bangladesh,

CISCO TETRATION ANALYTICS PROMISES TO BE THE MOST COMPREHENSIVE REAL TIME DATA CENTER VISIBILITY AND ANALYSIS AT SCALEA

Released nearly two years ago in 2016 Cisco Tetration Analytics is a platform designed to help customers gain complete visibility across everything in the data center in real time. Cisco Tetration Analytics gathers telemetry from hardware and software sensors, and then analyzes the information using advanced machine learning techniques. Tetration

MAKING BLOCKCHAIN REAL FOR BUSINESS

Taher Ahmed Chowdhury, the Deputy Managing Director of Islami Bank, is a 30 years experienced personality in field of IT and is therefore also the Head of Information & Communication of this bank. He has also played the role of Executive Vice President & CIO of first security of Islami

STRATEGIC ADVANTAGE OF TECHNOLOGY FOR A BANK

Alarge share of revenue of most of the traditional banks comes from interest income that comes from the borrowers. Around 60 to 70% of the total revenue of these banks is from this interest income. If we look at these banks, they are always suffering from deposit crisis. Traditionally they

HOW IT ALL BEGAN- THE BIRTH OF THE BLOCKCHAIN TECHNOLOGY

The Blockchain technology was first conceptualized in 2008 by Satoshi Nakamoto, a pseudonym used by an anonymous person. Nakamoto implemented the technology in 2009 as a core component of bitcoin, the first ever cryptocurrency. Bitcoin, and subsequently other cryptocurrencies that followed on Nakamoto’s footsteps, effectively decentralized transaction for the first

BLOCKCHAIN FOR AML/KYC

The legal status of virtual currencies or crypto-currencies (widely known as “bitcoin”) varies substantially from country to country and is still undefined or changing in many of them. Whereas the majority of countries do not make the usage of virtual currency itself illegal, its status as money or a commodity

SECURITY IN PAYMENT SYSTEMS

Payment systems and applications around the world have always put on extra emphasis on security. As payment systems deals with sensitive payment information, breach of those information may end up in account or money being compromised. As a result card transactions in ATMs and POS terminals and online transactions have

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