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Who’s Afraid of Mobile?

The rapid growth of online and mobile banking is frightening for many Americans.
Mobile banking security and technical errors remain prime concerns.
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Prepare for ‘All Things Mobile’

How will financial services technology evolve during the next few years?
How will financial services technology evolve during the next few years?
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CUNA Payments Roundtable

High Interest, Low Activity in Mobile Payments

There’s high potential for mobile payments, but acceptance is still low.
‘Consumers need to be given an incentive to use mobile payments.’
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Smartphones, Mobile Computing Create Internal Security Challenges

CUs must respond by acquiring new mobile technology security.
The ubiquity of smartphones and laptops creates a complex problem: internal fraud by employees.
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‘Touch and Tablet’ Revolution Well Underway

Tablet and smartphone users have unique characteristics and significant differences.
Tablet users assume a “lean-back” position while smart phones are the device of choice for those on the go.
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Five Tech Trends to Watch

Embrace mobile services—but beware mobile malware.
CUs must continually improve their technical infrastructure.
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CUNA Mutual Rolls Out Car-Buying App

The downloadable AskAuto™ app helps credit union members shop and buy smart.
Application provides vehicle information and loan application assistance for members looking to buy cars.
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Slithering Toward a Solution

Organizations, like people, can only allow temporary solutions for so long.
Band-Aid approaches to solving dilemmas eventually create more problems than they solve.
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Next-Generation ATM Goes Cardless, Paperless

Diebold unveils millennial-inspired ATM integrates during Consumer Electronics Show.
Machine also enables touch gestures, such as flick and drag, commonly used with smart phones and tablets.
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The Dangers of Mobile Multitasking

 When it comes to tech decisions, don’t always default to the least expensive option.
To make your mobile platform decision, you must analyze highly complex and technical options.
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