12 Feb 2016: This week’s highlighted articles

Firms must embrace new testing technologies for electronic and algorithmic trading to continue to trade and avoid senior management being held responsible for causing market disorder, warns SQS.


In a recent speech to the Policy Exchange, Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt said that patients should have compatible digital records so their health information can follow them around the health and social care system.


Cross browser testing has been around for some time now and gaining a lot of traction with availability of multiple browsers, platforms, OS and devices, Rahul Jain, Marketing Manager at Gallop Solutions, explains.

There are multiple tools available in market that can cater to a user’s cross browser testing needs and makes it easier to enhance user experience and at same time reduce the time to market.


According to a new report from US researchers who study mobile health tools, a lack of quality control means customers and doctors cannot tell the best apps from the worst in the market.


Recent research shows that biometrics, federated identity and tokenisation are among the top ten technologies thought to disrupt ecommerce.

The new research, Top 10 Disruptive Technologies in Fintech: 2016, concludes that the technology making the biggest difference to ‘payment completion’ today is biometrics, largely thanks to the proliferation of fingerprint readers in smartphones.