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Tim Welsh: If you're not there people say, Why isn't so and so there? It's the missing persons effect.

Postscript: What exactly should we make of the T3 phenomenon?
True, software vendors themselves may be more enthused than advisors, but the conflagration of information-sharing ventures on RIAs' behalf is no footnote

Friday 2.15.13
Brian Shenson: We're ... letting everyone read our own review of ourselves.

Schwab bluntly reviews PortfolioCenter to coax thin-skinned software vendors to its Zagat-like forum
Our take on Schwab's self-review: It's disarmingly fair but short on specifics -- and just plain short

Tuesday 2.12.13
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
Schwab says that its RIAs have signaled, finally, a trust in the solidity of the cloud.

Schwab's plan to quickly get 1,750 RIAs off the desktop gets pricing and a pilot
Schwab PortfolioCenter will finally have a cloud option that doesn't take away an advisory firm's control of its data

Friday 10.26.12
Brian Shenson: It's getting more looks (from legacy RIAs) as we add value.

Schwab adds element to plug-and-play technology with eye toward existing RIAs, not just fresh wirehouse recruits
NetDocuments will put electronic files right into the CRM window for RIAs using Schwab OpenView Integrated Office

Friday 10.26.12
Brian Shenson: That's a huge pain point for a lot of our clients.

Schwab moves to keep 3,500 desktop-bound RIAs from walking onto somebody else's cloud
Advisors with PortfolioCenter housed on a closet-based server can get on Schwab's titanic servers without giving up years of customization -- and, finally, get data through Schwab from multiple custodians

Tuesday 6.19.12
Neesha Hathi: That's a bit of an evolution for us.

Schwab shifts its strategy on its massive Intelligent Integration
Schwab evolves to a platform-of-platforms strategy for technology rather than hand-picking best-of-breed applications

Thursday 6.7.12
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
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

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