UCB's Thinking Thin

Sisk, Michael
March 2011
Bank Technology News;Mar2011, Vol. 24 Issue 3, p20
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the infrastructure management project at United Community Banks Inc. (UCB). It says that the continued acquisition has led to the project costing 250, 000 dollar and headed by chief technical officer (CTO) Jim Stewart. It mentions that workstations of tellers, branch managers, and operations staff were changed to Wyse thin clients and virtualized server and applications through Citrix XenApp. Moreover, reductions on desk staff cost and hardware cost are discussed.


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