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It’s rather obvious for organizations today that having a website is extremely beneficial to their growth and prominence. Just as the importance that the façade of the brick-and-mortar business being inviting, to print media such as brochures and posters are design-friendly and informative, and further to advertisements being memorable and striking; the welcoming of the…

DataFlex is a great source of detailed data on members, balances, averages, and other numbers, but sometimes a higher-level view of trends is needed for a presentation, or a visual display of data can be a better way to understand the data and underlying trends. There are two main ways of visually displaying data that…

Open source CMS systems come with hidden costs and hassles due to frequent updates and patches that are often incompatible with third party plug-ins. And security is a huge concern with open source platforms.

For many institutions, the idea that conversations are taking place online with or without their involvement is the hardest fact to come to grips with. If you are not leading the conversation, or in some way active in it, then you’re leaving it to others to do so on your behalf… and that can be scary! Learn how to set up Google Alerts to quickly and easily monitor your company’s online reputation.

There are many threats and dangers that exist online that specifically target bank and credit union websites, one of the biggest being a Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attack. LKCS has a DDoS Mitigation service in place and can offer you the protection you need. Get the bubble wrap and protect your institution from DDoS threats.

You’ve seen it in the news. Hackers release malicious code to infect computers to trigger mass attacks against specific websites, causing them to be inaccessible to legitimate traffic and potentially costing your institution money. Learn what a DDoS attack is, why banks and credit unions should be aware of them, and specific DDoS mitigation strategies.

The fact is that for all companies — large, small and everywhere in between — today’s challenge is to connect and integrate. Great systems make this easy. And those are the ones to buy. I’ve learned to purchase hardware, software, services and other technology solutions that are designed to simplify connections to systems regardless of manufacturer or model number.