Are Your Employees Suffering from SAD?

February 25, 2019 | Devon Wilson | Employee Well-Being

The winter months can be difficult for many, regardless of where they live. Shorter days often mean leaving for work while it’s dark, and returning home in the same way. Spending most of the daylight hours indoors can lead to feelings of constant fatigue and depression. This seasonal-specific condition is known as SAD (Seasonal Affective […]

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Credit Unions: An Entrepreneur’s Secret Weapon

January 31, 2019 | Devon Wilson | Entrepreneurs, Small Business

When considering starting a small business, many entrepreneurs head straight for the big banks. Whether it is out of habit, advice from others, or a general lack of research into options, far too often credit unions are overlooked. Through social media efforts, newsletters, email marketing, word of mouth and community outreach, credit unions are poised […]

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Connecting Credit Unions With the Millennial Market

December 11, 2018 | Devon Wilson | Credit Union Resources, eNotices

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In our early October 2018 newsletter, we shared with readers that nearly 75% of millennials (also known as Generation Y) are unaware that credit unions are not-for-profit, member-owned financial institutions. According to the US Census Bureau, there are more than 83.1 million millennials in the US – who are comprised of those born between the […]

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Black Friday vs Cyber Monday

November 13, 2018 | Devon Wilson | Consumer Safety, Cybercrime, Online Shopping

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Is One Better Than the Other? Black Friday, or Cyber Monday? While there are obvious differences between the two – in-store vs online – there’s been a bit of a debate regarding which of the two will garner the best deals. For some, having the option of skipping in-person, retail craziness is enough to sway […]

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Why Credit Union Employees and Officers are Scam Targets

November 6, 2018 | Devon Wilson | Credit Union Resources, Email Scam, Phishing


Business Email Compromise Scams (BEC) are hitting financial institutions hard, and the threat only seems to be increasing. CEOs, CFOs, and financial employees are at a high risk of being targeted in BEC schemes, regardless of company size.  Whether a small, community credit union or a multi-million dollar financial institution, these targeted schemes are impacting the […]

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If Disaster Recovery were a Superhero?

March 6, 2018 | Kelly Gardner | Disaster Recovery

  The other day I was thinking back to when my son was about 3 or 4 years old and he started to mimic some of the Superheroes he saw in the movies and on television. He would put together all kinds of unique Superhero outfits, combined with various assorted make-believe weapons, but, over time […]

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Bad Turkey, Bad Recovery?

November 21, 2017 | Devon Wilson | Backup

  If you’ve ever suffered from a bad case of food poisoning, you know that it’s something you hope never to experience again. And when it comes to Thanksgiving and the traditional turkey feast, it pays to take a few precautions to avoid Bad Turkey! According to the CDC, FDA and the USDA, there are […]

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All Howl-ows…Tide?

October 24, 2017 | Devon Wilson | Backup, Co-Location, Disaster Recovery, eNotices, Virtual Desktop

  Every October, a large segment of our population is simply enthralled with having the living spook scared out of them and with Halloween rapidly approaching, we thought it would be ghoulishly appropriate to share some frightening fun facts about our fascination with All Hallows’ Eve. Halloween is believed to have originated in Ireland with […]

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