DCI Acquires Vetter from AFT Analytics

HUTCHINSON, KAN., April 14, 2020 – Data Center Inc. (DCI), the privately-owned developer of the iCore360® bank management software and related technologies for community financial institutions, announced today their acquisition of the Vetter technology suite, a product offering of AFT Analytics Inc.

RESULTS Technology joins IT industry stimulus pledge to protect jobs and support the economy

Encourages other computer support companies in Kansas City to join the movement

RESULTS Technology has joined with IT service providers across America to commit to strong economy and job protection values when using stimulus funds. The MSP Stimulus Pledge (www.

Understanding IT Governance

 

By Mike Gilmore, RESULTS Chief Compliance Officer

 

Community Banks carry an on-going burden of compliance for information technology (IT). Examiners expect the bank to undergo annual IT audits, penetration tests, policy reviews, and complete comprehensive technology plans, risk assessments and cybersecurity self-assessments all while trying to do the real work of banking in the community.

Key issues regulated businesses should consider before moving to the cloud

Performance, security, cost, and availability are some of the factors companies must consider if they want their cloud migration to be a worthwhile upgrade rather than a whimsical one. Although with their own sets of obstacles, these factors offer an easy guideline for how businesses should transition from a traditional set-up to a cloud infrastructure.

Critical compliance factors for banks with mobile banking capabilities

Banking technology radically changed the way consumer and corporate clients do banking. With the introduction of internet banking, physically visiting a bank branch became an alternative rather than the norm. And because online banking has proven to be beneficial to both banks and clients, mobile banking -- an even greater innovation and a logical next step to banking -- was born.

IT Compliance Challenges and How To Overcome Them

Sometimes breaking the rules is not only acceptable, but actually commendable, such as when writing a book, directing a movie, or raising a child. As tempting as it may be to break the rules, there are scenarios when it shouldn’t be done. One of those circumstances is when you operate a business in a highly regulated industry.