SAN ANTONIO — Credit unions planning to save money by using cloud computing should consider investing some of those savings on ensuring its security.
As Jack Antonini approaches the one-year mark since taking the helm at the National Association of Credit Union Services Organizations, the former bank CEO marveled at the number of collaborations CUSOs frequently engage in.
Last week I attended a governance conference in New York City. The primary focus of the meeting was education of directors who serve members and other important stakeholders. The real challenge that CEOs and boards face is to learn as fast as the world is changing. This implies a commitment...
Cloud computing is here to stay, with many credit unions either actively adopting or at least considering cloud computing at least in some form.
Credit unions and leagues alike are using new video conferencing tools to cut costs and enhance training opportunities.
CUNA Mutual CIO Rick Roy will present May 24 session on trends and strategies.
Mobile banking and personal financial management tools were among tech news topics this week.
Private cloud computing now is an outsourcing option for core processing clients of FedComp Inc. of Fairfax, Va.
Intuit Financial Services released a new analysis today of its "Intuit 2020 Report: The Future of Financial Services."
FedComp Inc. said it has added private cloud computing as an outsourcing option for its core processing credit union clients.