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While leaders at many big banks and financial companies have been staunch about their desire to return to the office, American Express is bucking the trend by offering their more than 63,000 employees a three-tiered hybrid work option that hinges on worker choice. Dubbed Amex Flex, the new work model will offer hybrid, onsite, and fully virtual work options to...

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The financial sector has been notoriously averse to embracing the scale of digital transformation that has transformed other industries from the top-down (think Industry 4.0, IoT in Healthcare, virtual dressing rooms, etc.). While banks of all sizes have adopted cloud computing for non-core functions, many still rely on legacy, hardware-defined workflows when it comes to business-critical operations and customer transactions....

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Last week, the AppNeta team took to the Great White North to host an industry luncheon and panel in Toronto, looking at the challenges of network management as cloud takes on a bigger role in the enterprise space. Moderated by our own Chief Customer Officer Adam Edwards, the panel also included John Menezes, President & CEO of Stratejm, Alfred Ng,...

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