According to a recent McAfee survey, 97% of organizations use some type of cloud service — and for good reason. By using an online backup and storage solution, you can reduce your company's reliance on paper, free up your own computer power, and ensure more secure data storage and accessibility.
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Network security is in a constant state of change, evolving and adapting in response to the ever-growing cyber threat.
Although no industry is safe, financial organizations – including insurance companies - are particularly vulnerable. Unfortunately, because insurers use and store large amounts of sensitive customer data, the industry is a prime target for hackers.
As infrastructures change to meet consumer demands, insurers must continually improve their cyber defense. By establishing best practices in the areas of network security, payment processing, and employee education, you're in a better position to protect your data from misuse.
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Today’s consumer demands digital, and insurance is answering the call. For most insurers, the question of the day is no longer “Should we,” but rather, “How do we get started making the shift to digital?”
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Updated March 14, 2019
From blockchain to big data to autonomous vehicles, the last decade has introduced an onslaught of new issues that have disrupted the traditional approach to insurance. Companies are racing to find solutions that make sense in today’s technological, cultural, and economic climate.
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According to a recent study conducted by Novarica, the number of insurance organizations using cloud computing as part of their technology architecture has tripled, growing from less than 20% just a few years ago to more than 70% today. And while the early adoption of cloud computing may have been slow pulling out of the starting gate, it is now more commonplace, becoming a necessary tool for property and casualty insurers looking to make real-time connections between people, services, devices, data, etc.