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Feel the Love

CUs’ people-helping-people philosophy is another expression of love.
CUs make strong emotional connections with members every day.
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Next Up: The ‘Internet of Things’

The concept that describes how the Internet will expand as physical items.
The trend will enable a range of new applications and services—while raising new challenges for traditional companies.
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Shift to Mobile Requires New Approach to Lending

Mobile turns the traditional retail experience on its head.
More consumers are defined by their connectivity, which changes how they transact financial business.
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FBI Warns of New ‘Drive-By’ Virus

Advise members and employees to exercise caution when going online.
“Drive-by malware” installs itself when users click on a compromised website.
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Young & Hyperconnected

Some believe those growing up with 24/7 connections and the mobile Web will be nimble, quick-acting multitaskers.
The hyperconnected lifestyle of today’s teens and young adults leaves technology experts evenly split about its long-term effect, according to a Pew Research Center’s Internet & American Life Project and Elon University’s Imagining the Internet Center study.
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Mobile Lending Sparks Youth Movement

The average age of the Smartphone Loan user is 29.
CUs that want to attract younger members must pay attention to the technology those members prefer. Increasingly, that’s the mobile channel.
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 Welcome to Web 3.0

We’ve entered a new stage in the evolution of the Internet.
Web 3.0 uses “semantic technology,” which combines information from many sources on the Web in real time.
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CUs Are More Tech-Savvy Than Banks

CUs have 'distinct lead' over banks regarding use of branch automation.
Celent report shows that banks exceeded CUs only in their use of operational CRM, customer video conferencing, and biometrics for customer identification.
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