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Monthly Archives: June 2014

How some shed BYOD security issues

June 17, 2014 |

By Scott Kersnar

My wife just got a new desktop computer. She said a fond goodbye to Windows XP and now is getting used to Windows 7. She also has an iPad, an iPod and an iPhone.

She is an … Read More

Guest Post: Big Data Revealed

June 11, 2014 |

By Mark Dangelo

The use of data, specifically big data, has captured the imagination of numerous corporate leaders. Mining and finding hidden patterns in the thousands of petabytes available to a financial firm has helped turn-around a consumer burdened with … Read More

Whuzzup With The American Dream?

June 4, 2014 |

By Scott Kersnar

An April 2014 Hart Research study on behalf of the MacArthur Foundation shows that a majority of Americans now believe home ownership is no longer key to realizing the American Dream, although this second “How Housing Matters … Read More

Is this the year the Title Industry changes?

June 4, 2014 |

By Rick Grant

Our good friend Brian Rieger blogs over on his website and recently wrote a post that’s worth reading. He argues that there’s a new normal in the title industry that mirrors the new environment mortgage lenders are … Read More