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IT Briefcase Exclusive Interview: Keeping Your (Manufacturing) Head in the Clouds

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How the Cloud Makes Financial Data More Liquid

October 24, 2011 No Comments

SOURCE:  ReadWrite

Marcia Metz, a web operations executive at EMC Corporation recently coined the term information liquidity, the ability to freely flow assets and adapt them to different shapes, in the context of Web content management systems. I suggest the same term can apply in the world of financial data, and will show you how key cloud technologies is making this happen.

I predict the data cloud will decimate the existing world of market data. The ability to use information liquidity to move data between collaborating partners will create a new trajectory in trading methods and analytics. This will make the current methodologies look as antiquated as the ticker tape machines of the 1930s.

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