Derek Klobucher

Derek Klobucher

About Derek Klobucher

Derek Klobucher is a Financial Services Writer and Editor for Sybase, an SAP Company. He has covered the exchanges in Chicago, European regulation in Dublin and banking legislation in Washington, D.C. He is a graduate of the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor and Northwestern University in Evanston.

How To Benefit From Upgrading Your Digital Mindset

25-Jul-2017 | Derek Klobucher

More technologies are simultaneously reaching maturity than at any other time in recent memory. Getting the most out of cloud, mobile, Big Data, Internet of Things, machine learning, artificial intell

Why Blockchain Is Good For Business, But Not Great For Consumers

20-Jun-2017 | Derek Klobucher

There’s been much ado about blockchain for years. But is the distributed ledger technology (DLT), which efficiently records and transparently shares contract and transaction data, worth the hype?

How To Ensure That Profitability And Sustainability Are At The Heart Of Your Firm

13-Apr-2017 | Derek Klobucher

The choice between profitability and sustainability is no longer a stark one, as promising companies start showing real gains — such as Tesla Inc. overtaking GM and Ford as the most valuable U.S. au

Are The Gains From Artificial Intelligence Worth The Lost Jobs?

9-Nov-2016 | Derek Klobucher

Machine learning has great potential to accelerate innovation and ease burdens on workers in finance and other industries. Despite creating a potential dark side for these same workers, artificial int

Looking For Opportunity In The Heart of Brexit’s Power Vacuum

12-Jul-2016 | Derek Klobucher

Much of the world is still working on damage control following the Brexit referendum in the United Kingdom last month. Pro-Remain Prime Minister David Cameron announced his resignation the day after 5

How To Put Customers At The Center With Digital Transformation

6-Jun-2016 | Derek Klobucher

It’s not widely known for archaeology, but JPMorgan Chase & Co. found an ancient relic a few weeks ago as it was closing an office in Houston. Nestled in a back cupboard was a fixed-asset ledger

Dueling Fed Reports: Why Finance Must Have Accurate Real-Time Data

5-May-2016 | Derek Klobucher

Two of the U.S. Federal Reserve Banks aren’t playing well as a team. The New York Fed on Friday will start delivering its own report on American gross-domestic-product growth, which is information t

Storing Renewable Energy With Tesla Motors Technology

22-May-2015 | Derek Klobucher

Oil, gas, and coal helped power the Industrial Revolution, but humans have to tear up the planet to extract these energy sources. Burning them pollutes the environment, but people can use these power

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Sentiment Analysis with Big Data

26-Sep-2013 | Derek Klobucher

The ultimate dream of many Big Data users is to tame the vast frontier of unstructured data in social media, harnessing how people are thinking, talking, and feeling about a brand. Sentiment analysis

5 Features Of Best-Run Cities

29-May-2013 | Derek Klobucher

“Five by five” was originally two-way radio parlance for signal strength and clarity (another way of saying “loud and clear”) and later used in the 1986 sci-fi classic Aliens to forecast sm