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In the mortgage banking industry, many of us use Facebook to connect with colleagues, clients, and prospects. And it’s safe to say we all use text messaging for the same purpose. Now, Facebook is making communication even easier with a brand-new mobile app to take the place of text messaging.
The new app, Facebook Messenger
After Google announced their highly anticipated social network Google+, it was only a matter of time before social networking giant Facebook came back with something strong to continue their reign as the biggest player in the social networking space.
Wall Street, welcome to Web 2.0: Morgan Stanley is officially the first Wall Street firm to allow its employees to use social media interactively.
Morgan Stanley Smith Barney will begin to roll out the use of LinkedIn and Twitter in June, and hopes to have the sites available to all of its 18,000 advisers in the next few months. The company said it is working to make Facebook available… Continue reading
This week, FNC’s Nick Wanzenried revisited technology’s not-so-distant past1 in his post 2001: A Mortgage Technology Odyssey. In 2001, Nick recalled, the mortgage process itself was performed by pushing paper around. Ten years later, almost every step of the mortgage process includes automation or technological assistance of some sort.
Inman News presented tech personality Robert X. Cringely2 with a set of questions3 about technology’s “good and evil” effects… Continue reading