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Addressing Operational Challenges Facing Hedge Funds with Cloud Solutions
Radio Feature 85: Sona Blessing in conversation with Bob Guilbert
 
Friday, October 25, 2013

radio Bob Guilbert is Managing Director at Eze Castle Integration, the leading provider of technology consulting and private cloud services to the hedge fund and investment firm industry worldwide.
With more than 20 years of IT experience, he is responsible for leading all of the firm's marketing, partnership and product development functions. In this radio podcast he shares their survey findings and elaborates on cloud usage within the alternative investment industry.

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  • Q1 - Can you tell us something about the hedge fund clients you service and the kinds of challenges they are confronted with today?
    How can such hedge funds differentiate themselves?
    What are the business needs that make such hedge funds consider or switch to cloud based solutions?

    Duration: 02:39 


  • Q2 - So how has Eze Castle seen the rate of cloud adoption increase over the last few years?
    What are the different ways in which cloud based solutions can be used?

    Duration: 01:18 


  • Q3 - Are hedge funds primarily using public, private or hybrid clouds?

    Duration: 00:32 


  • Q4 - How can hedge funds achieve improved disaster recovery and business continuity?
    What level of security does it, and can it offer in the context of cyber crime?

    Duration: 02:33 


  • Q5 - Based on your survey findings, security is identifiable as a primary reason for hedge funds to embrace the private cloud. What sort of security practices should firms be looking to put in place, or expect from their service providers?

    Duration: 01:23 


  • Q6 - How are you expecting hedge fund service related technology to evolve?
    Will cloud based services still be the technology-of-choice for investment firms?

    Duration: 01:03 



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