This Opinion piece looks at how and why to avoid or end vendor lock-in from cloud technology providers.
Your recent guest opinion article on cloud computing (“Cloud Services Provide Real Benefits,” July 24, 2013, Credit Union Times) makes the important point that while adoption of cloud-based business applications has been slow, the benefits are significant and will continue to drive interest. At MY CU Services, a CUSO of...
Vendors are building solutions that simplify complex on-premise processes by deploying business applications through the cloud. But real-world cloud adoption continues to lag behind the market hype. As more institutions come to understand the real benefits the cloud delivers, adoption will continue to grow.
This Opinion piece looks at facilities management and a focus on software, not cloud marketing, when it comes to core processing.
This Opinion piece looks at how cloud computing can deliver business benefits, if accessed and used securely.
This Opinion piece calls for the use of cloud-based integrated risk management solutions.
New white paper outlines how boards of directors can prepare for cloud computing to meet business objectives and risk tolerance.
FedComp Inc. in Fairfax, Va., is moving its core processing hosting business to Ongoing Operations LLC, in Hagerstown, Md., the company and CUSO said.
Adopting cloud computing can save money, but avoid the key deadly sin.
CUNA Technology Council offers white paper on the balance between deploying software in-house or offsite, using cloud and virtualization tools.