February 2004
Bank Technology News;Feb2004, Vol. 17 Issue 2, p28
Trade Publication
Explores remote access issues in outsourcing. Spending of banks on all outsourcing agreements in 2003; Cost-effective issues arguing for outsourcing; Fundamentals to the success of outsourcing; Solutions of the technology vendors to support international connectivity, troubleshooting and security; Support in the remote access relationships; Cost saving aspects to handing off remote access to a third party.


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