This opinion piece looks at ways credit unions can ensure business continuity with secured data backup resources.
Michigan-based CUSO, an affiliate of CU*Answers, says this winter has been its busiest yet.
Technology problems in general outstrip other factors, new Guy Carpenter report says.
CUSOs in Michigan and South Dakota have joined up to provide a crucial new data backup system to a credit union in Maine.
At CUNA’s Governmental Affairs Conference last week in Washington, dozens of CUSOs set out to make their presence felt and their voices heard.
Kirk Drake, president/CEO of Ongoing Operations LLC, is looking to CUNA’s conference next week as a way to play up what CUSOs are, aren't.
As many credit unions learned recently during Hurricane Sandy, disasters can happen. Especially in storm-prone coastal areas, it’s important for credit unions to have reliable back-up plans for their data should a weather-related catastrophe strike.
Hurricane Sandy and other natural disasters show that risk management is not just about building harder walls around the data center.
Working from home, getting to the office, and oversubscribed hot sites all factors to consider.
One loud take-away from Sandy: Every credit union needs a disaster recovery plan. Check out this preview from next week's print edition.