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Data Security: Plan for the Worst Scenario
December 01, 2010
Credit and debit cards pose the biggest threats to members’ data.
Building a Better Core
December 01, 2010
Converting to a new core processing system—although difficult, time consuming, and expensive—can yield big dividends.
Middleware Platforms Create 'Ecosystem of Technology'
November 19, 2010
Three middleware platforms are helping Travis Credit Union, Vacaville, Calif., give employees better tools so they can provide better member service.
Texas League, CO-OP Financial Services Form Partnership
November 11, 2010
CO-OP Mobile for mobile banking features a multi-mode platform supporting text banking, mobile Web browser, and downloadable applications to supported devices, including iPhones.
Technology Best Practices, Part II
November 05, 2010
Changing system access requests from a manual procedure to an automated process was an essential step in the ongoing evolution of system access security at Affinity Plus FCU.
Why RDC: Aren’t Checks Dead?
November 04, 2010
As long as people write checks, RDC will be in demand.
There’s an App (But No Swipe) for That
November 01, 2010
Merchants won't spend infrastructure dollars on technology that isn't in great demand by consumers.
Special Report, Part I: Technology Best Practices
October 29, 2010
Just like the Little Red Hen, Envision CU creates its own solution when faced with an overwhelming obstacle.
‘Look, a Landline!’
October 26, 2010
Determine which delivery channels members want today and tomorrow.
What's Your Plan?
October 25, 2010
Technology plans are like politicians: short on substance, long on prose, and unlikely to do what they're supposed to do.
Credit Union Magazine
December 2013 digital edition
Making an Impact in Motown
League Presidents Pass the Torch
Survey: Young Credit Card Users are Better Credit Risks
A Look Back With Jeff Post
CUs Can Expect Economic Tailwinds
Good list of five, with room for a 6th, i.e., avoid cheerleaders as directors. When it comes time for a constructive critical thoughts to be raised by senior governance directors, cheerleaders add no value other than making themselves feel valuable because of 'feel good' fairy dust they want to sprinkle over everything said and everything done. That's not Governance, that's Cheerleading, and it requires a change of uniform and a change of title.
Great advice Barry! -Mary Ann Schlung Colorado Credit Union
I had the pleasure to attend this year conference. Josh was dynamic speaker. Love the "why" message.
Amen, Amen, Your financial well being has a lot to do with the time of your birth. I used to envie those guys at Employers Insurance who came home from WWII and stepped right into a growing economy full of opportunities. Never gave much thought tot he fact that their "opportunities" occurred because they had survived the Depression and hadn't been among those killed in action in the Great War. They wer, frankly, in short supply.
" We put members first by constantly seeking to anticipate, not react to, member needs and launching innovative programs before our members even know they want them." Reminds me of what Henry Ford said: "If I asked people what they wanted, they would have said faster horses."
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