Company offers secured messaging solution through its USA.NET brand.
TruWest CU in Tempe, Ariz., is now using a new tool to allow its mobile administrators to securely view email attachments.
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At a recent credit union meeting when I raised the subject of the NCUA’s recent proposal to permit credit unions to voluntarily prepay assessments, earning 0% interest with the agency, CEO heads were shaking. All in disbelief and all in response to the question, “Will your credit union be participating?”
SAN FRANCISCO — The biggest players in financial services technology right now might be Google and Facebook. That’s what it felt like at times at the Finovate Spring 2011 showcase last week at the San Francisco Design Center Concourse.
Kinect for Xbox 360, a controller-free, $150 gaming device that allows users to operate their Xbox consoles solely through bodily gestures and voice commands, has made a splash among video game and electronics enthusiasts. But is there a practical application for Kinect outside the gaming world–say, in credit union branches?...
Microsoft is famous in the hiring world for using brainteasers to identify creative problem solvers as part of its interview process: How would you move Mount Fuji? How would you weigh a jet plane without scales? Which way should the key turn to unlock a car door? How do they...
In 1687, Isaac Newton published a three-volume treatise which revolutionized humanity’s understanding of the physical world. Book One of Newton’s Principia contains Newton’s three laws of motion, which describe the responses of physical bodies to forces acting upon them. Sir Isaac expressed the first law as follows: "Every body persists...
We all know the story of how outcast nerds in junior high or high school turn into the Bill Gates’s and Steve Jobs’s of the world.
If you’re replacing your core processing platform, why not throw in the entire teller system while you’re at it?