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Greg Friedman: In just the first six weeks of general release, we have over 80 firms and 500 users.

At Junxure confab No. 2, Friedman kvells about his 6-week-old Cloud and announces closer ties with Pershing
Mark Tibergien was on hand to cement the Junxure-Pershing connection -- and to call baloney on Joe Duran's Cassandra-like forecast for RIAs

Wednesday 9.17.14
Mike Golaszewski: With the right combination of hardware and software, most eight-character passwords can be brute-forced.

With your RIA practice as naked as Kirstin and Kate in the cloud, know two words: Google Authenticator
With advisors migrating their practices online, the vulnerability can't be overstated or easier to address

Thursday 9.4.14
Ram Nagappan: Everything has a computer inside it, so the goal is to find simple ways to send data that is contextual.

INSITE 2014 unveils wired body armor for the advisor of the future as it rolls out a slew of NetX360 upgrades
Mark Tibergien delivered a personal challenge to advisors at the overflowing South Florida Pershing confab as INSITE announces plans to shift ground in '15

Monday 6.9.14
Greg Friedman and Neesha Hathi may symbolize how companies like his Junxure and her Schwab are getting close, but not too close.

How big companies stampeded to T3 with big bucks and how it affects the once maverick RIA software show
Broker-dealers, custodians, Salesforce and TAMPs are paid more and played more in Anaheim

Thursday 2.13.14
Hundreds of CPAs looking to roll the dice on wealth management gathered at the Aria Resort and Casino this week.

In benevolent invasion, CPAs-turned-RIAs make statement with sheer numbers in Vegas
Once an outlier and a research prediction, the 2014 AICPA Personal Financial Planning Conference shows that accountants that keep wealth management in-house are now flamboyantly growing

Thursday 1.23.14
Departed Schwab retail advisors protested the firm's termination policies on the first day of IMPACT.

Schwab IMPACT 2013 is another great bash but picketers and Fidelity siphoned off some precious RIA attention
Attendees were greeted by disgruntled ex-Schwab advisors chanting 'Find out how Schwab terminates' and Fidelity's RIA campaign jumped out at you on every sidewalk

Thursday 11.14.13
Justin Wisz (r.): There is an incredible opportunity for advisors to use digital channels to generate leads for their businesses.

Joel Bruckenstein convenes a wholesale version of T3 for IBD execs who choose software for thousands of reps
In his usual no-frills style, the technology guru brought together 200 broker-dealers and tech execs where airplanes thunder in Chicago

Thursday 11.7.13
Greg Friedman: Junxure Cloud will work for advisors customized for wealth management right from the start.

After years of making Junxure's future more 'cloud'-y, Friedman takes a big stage in Texas to explain
With Salesforce not even slowing to catch its breath, the RIA shows he can fight back in his own way

Wednesday 9.18.13
Terence Hong: While Junxure’s lack of cloud integration was a source of criticism in the past ... the desktop application also benefited from relatively low cost, and performance was only bottlenecked by the user’s own hardware.

Friedman makes his case to Hong for why Junxure Cloud's doubling-plus of fees is worth that much more
True, it's looking spiffy in its Windows 8-style attire, solid in its Rackspace grounding and clued-in with its channeling of its inner RIA soul, but even Friedman is holding off on a conversion for his RIA, Private Ocean -- for now

Tuesday 6.18.13
Peter Wheeler: There's a one in a billion chance that something like this would happen twice.

RIAs get hit with data losses held at small RIA-owned firm that, in turn, blames giant Amazon for lack of backup and for selling its space
Bad luck and the Seattle web giant's too-porous cloud technology vexed ElevateCDS, its owner says, but RIA tech experts say perhaps more care was owed to virtual belts and suspenders

Monday 6.10.13
Dan Sievert and Greg Friedman, who noted:I am basically the poster child for every problem in our industry.

The FPA NorCal Conference burnishes its little-gem image with big RIAs and other advisory progressives
700 people pow-wowed at The (respendent) Palace of San Francisco and none of their activity escaped the Tim Welsh watchful eye

Thursday 5.30.13
Can RIAs do TED? George Tamer gives it a go.

How the FPA sexed up its 2013 Business Solutions Conference
One session was so successful that the attendees wouldn't let it end -- surely a conference first, our correspondent believes

Monday 3.11.13
At Salesforce headquarters, they may or may not know an RIA from an IRA, but the company still solidified the exalted position of potential industry standard bearer.

12 key events of 2012 that rocked the RIA technology landscape, Part 1
Salesforce become the industry elephant, FinFolio emerges as a player, Pershing's NetX360-whisperer gets kicked upstairs, the Weatlhcare lawsuit gets an outcome, and more

Thursday 1.17.13
Mike Golaszewski: If your product has an advisor end-client-facing component and it's not mobile, you probably don't have a product in two years.

Where RIA technology stands heading into 2013 after 2012 lost some steam
Philip Palaveev, Mike Golaszewski, Spencer Segal and Joel Bruckenstein weigh in on whether the 'mega-solution' will gain traction vs. the mix and match option

Wednesday 1.2.13
Eric Clarke sees Salesforce approaching 'industry standard' status and nudges its rivals to get into the integration ballgame.

Orion hauls down nearly $2 billion of accounts from two Advent clients, clinching better than 50% growth for the year
Eric Clarke's firm is high on Salesforce and starting to look beyond its Omaha home for expansion as it needs more and more skilled labor

Thursday 12.27.12
Greg Friedman: If I could have waved a wand, I would have had it two years ago.

Greg Friedman is set to finally bring Junxure to the cloud and beat back the Salesforce-ification of the industry
True, the ascension to cloud would have happened sooner in an ideal world, but the world has not passed Junxure by, the RIA and software entrepreneur says

Wednesday 12.12.12
Mike Paulus: We're not just a Black Diamond replacement for RIAs.

Addepar hits $50 billion of assets and turns its eyes to Advent-Black Diamond's plump RIA market
With close to $12 million in revenue, a hotshot tech startup is looking to move into second phase of development: Attracting RIAs despite naysayers

Monday 11.26.12
Schwab IMPACT is one place where the marketers and consumers clamor for each other.

An advertiser's-eye view of Schwab IMPACT: Who's doing what right?
Sponsors that use an outgoing approach get tremendous client inflow

Tuesday 11.20.12
The IMPACT production team went all-out to craft a dramatic backdrop for Bernie Clark's opening remarks.

The 2012 Schwab IMPACT conference comes off with a theatrical flair
Bernie Clark all but donned top hat and tails for a dramatic presentation of upcoming initiatives, and a last-minute celeb subbed for a famed basketball coach

Thursday 11.15.12
Neesha Hathi: We think we can bite this off.

Schwab bids to become the 'Zagat' of RIA technology and to nix ink signatures from RIA life
Neesha Hathi presents the dueling intiatives as next steps in her custodian's march toward serving 7,000 advisory firms

Wednesday 11.14.12
Chris Cordaro: We have 25 different workflows in our system....If we waited for Schwab to develop best business practices for us we'd be five years behind.

Schwab escalates the RIA custody arms race by releasing more plug-in business practices called workflows
TD Ameritrade, Schwab and others have designs on inserting neural pathways into advisor practices but one expert questions the workability of automated workflows

Friday 6.22.12
In the heart of the SF financial district, the FPA uses The Palace to pull of one of the best regional events on the RIA calendar

At FPA's Norcal event, wary advisors are told how to stop worrying and love the cloud
RIABiz' editor storms The Palace at the San Fran conference, listens in on tech chiefs soothing mobile angst and checks out the after-party in an old-time saloon

Tuesday 6.5.12
Neesha Hathi: We take client feedback very seriously and we've been watching (Tamarac) for a long time.

Schwab taps Tamarac as its next integration partner
The allure was Microsoft CRM and a significant overlap in customer bases

Thursday 5.17.12
Franklin Tsung: It is a messy business and not for the meek.

How AppCrown got a big RIA footprint overnight by handling Salesforce implementations
TD and Fidelity are in with both feet but some are taking a wait-and-see attitude

Monday 2.27.12
Joel Bruckenstein (with David Drucker): It is the only time during the year that all of the technology vendors to the industry are gathered in one place.

RIAs flock to Dallas for the T3 technology conference
The seventh annual gathering drew 500 advisors, execs, software vendors and custodians with integrations, mobile apps and clouds on their minds

Tuesday 2.21.12
Derek Holman: We had grown to the point where the business took up most of the day.

Looking for a second growth spurt, a billion-dollar-plus RIA hires away a Nuveen global ops man
Patrick Goshtigian, new president of EP Wealth Advisors has taken over back-office operations from its founders and is also heading up its expansion efforts

Friday 2.10.12
John Philpott: We want to make sure that they're going to get the return on the investment.

Miller/Russell chooses IAS, after considering Advent and Schwab
The $1.3 billion wealth manager is offering new services and felt it couldn't afford to wait for Schwab's new system

Tuesday 2.7.12
Mike Golaszewski: I absolutely intend to stay connected to this industry.

After defecting from Schwab a year ago, Mike Golaszewski departs Pershing
The techie helped develop strategies and websites for both companies

Monday 11.28.11
Neesha Hathi: It would be much simpler to say: Let's make Schwab Advisor Center the center of the universe.

What Neesha Hathi has to say about Schwab's oh-so-slow-but-steady technology initiative
The big custodian is more concerned with error-free melding than quick milestones -- but are competitors pulling ahead while Schwab tinkers?

Wednesday 11.16.11
Bob Veres is helping provide the practice management twist to this new conference series.

What Messrs. Bruckenstein, Drucker and Veres cooked up in a Chicago airport hotel
The pilot effort to make a T3-like event with heavy admixtures of wealth management and practice management looked good

Tuesday 10.18.11
Greg Friedman: We are researching this as we speak and thinking about how we want to work with this relative to Junxure and our future Cloud product.

As advisors flunk social media 101, CRM makers are starting to pick up the slack
Salesforce, Junxure, and other CRM companies look to tap the rich vein of information on Facebook

Wednesday 9.14.11
Mark Benioff: ...So shall we see a Corporate Spring in companies that will be tossing out executives who do not bridge the Social Divide.

Dreamforce review: Social media enters the business cloud and why RIAs should care
Salesforce's annual event was a city in a city for a cult-like following of 45,000, including many financial advisors

Friday 9.2.11
Brian Shenson: This is really just the tip o the iceberg.

Beta test of Schwab's grand integration plan draws rave, but will the slow rollout prove detrimental?
Schwabinstitutional.com data flows freely into Salesforce.com's CRM in 12-RIA trial

Tuesday 8.23.11
Frank Germack: We wanted to show performance and we also wanted the ability to aggregate accounts as part of it.

Orion snags $2 billion Rehmann Financial account from Black Diamond
The mega-Michigan-based RIA had hyper-specialized needs

Tuesday 8.23.11
Mario Hernandez: In the future, clients will be able to electronically sign. We can electronically take it to Schwab rather than using FedEx or a fax.

Schwab connects CRM to account opening for RIAs
The software fulfiills some of Schwab Intelligent Integration's promise without the fancy cross-wiring

Friday 7.22.11
Joseph Theisen was looking for better CRM and more customized reports.

Orion wins software accounts of two $1-billion-plus firms - one a broker-dealer and one an RIA
Advance Capital leaves IAS and United Planners gets performance reporting for the first time

Monday 7.18.11
Rich Gill: You may be biting off more than you can chew - or are willing to chew.

Purchasing too much technology has its own dangers for RIAs
The more sophisticated the system you buy, the more commitment and expertise it will require

Tuesday 5.24.11
Gregory T. Friedman: We weren't looking like market leaders.

Junxure moving to the cloud amid market pressures
In an unusual move, CRM Software's Greg Friedman pre-announces the product release by nearly a year

Wednesday 3.23.11
Neesha Hathi: We know there are going to be disappointed clients and vendors.

Schwab chooses some giant software partners, apparently with big RIAs in mind
Experts say it chose well but advisors may have to wait for IMPACT 2011 for a demo of integration

Thursday 10.28.10
The recent hires of Nikol Tennant and Priyadarshini Radhakrishnan are helping Robert Levitt to make his worldly business model work

Robert Levitt is building a big RIA practice in Florida from France and Indonesia
Customers may pay a little more but get a very different investing approach

Wednesday 8.11.10
Matt Abar is talking up his vision of the future at the T3 conference

T3 conference sizzles under the hot San Diego sun
RIA event is all about making expensive business decisions

Friday 2.19.10
Joel Bruckenstein says it was the final straw when his speech at a big industry conference got bumped into nighttime.

The T3 conference has a rebellious air and the makings of success
Bruckenstein and Drucker channeled their frustration about industry conferences into creating a tech mecca for RIAs

Friday 2.12.10

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