As credit unions work to adjust to their new normal and find the technologies to continue serving their members from a distance, fintech companies are stepping in to help. Emily Claus shares examples of such companies and what kind of support you can receive for your credit union.
Contrary to popular belief, you don’t need to be an expert to improve your SEO. Simply roll up your sleeves and get your toolbox out of the closet as Casey Smith delves into how search engine optimization works and how you can improve your website’s SEO all on your own.
To retain or not to retain, that is the question. Marilyn Boyd examines what an effective Records and Information Management program looks like, the key players, and how to get one started at your credit union.
In an age where everything needs to be fast paced, knowing a good keyboard shortcut or two can help you keep up to speed. Sure, we all know how to copy and paste, but Mike Glazer has a few lesser-known tricks up his sleeve.
A writer may not be the first person you’d think to go to when debating a core change, but Alycia Meyers disagrees. Documentation is a essential when looking to convert, and this writer may just be able to point you in the right direction.
In the second part of his series on business continuity and disaster recovery, Jim Lawrence covers critical decisions to consider when looking to reduce risk and achieve minimal downtime during various disasters.
As Sam Lechenet knows, content is king when it comes to your website. But what does an effective site look like, and how do you decide what content is necessary? How do you include important information without overwhelming your members?
As programmers know, going through a core conversion can raise a lot of questions about the methodology and behind-the-scenes work. Diving into her programming expertise, Debra Finkbeiner shares the conversion process from a programmer’s perspective and what obstacles they may face during the transition.