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In This Issue:
Forecast Calls for Clouds: While cloud computing's very definition remains nebulous and concerns about security in the cloud persist, insurers ultimately will find the technology's ability to cost-effectively scale up or down too hard to resist, an exclusive Insurance & Technology/InformationWeek Analytics study suggests.
Building a Cloud-Ready Infrastructure: Successful cloud implementations require a mature IT environment, says Gartner's Juergen Weiss, who offers four critical steps to preparing for life in the cloud.
Cloud Computing Best Practices: Our panel of experts provides insight into the risks and rewards of cloud computing and examines the best practices that can make or break a cloud implementation.
Liberty Mutual's Mark Kirby discusses the merits of an internal cloud.
Infinity Insurance helps its independent agents soar with cloud-based apps.
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Leveraging the Claims Opportunity: Innovative carriers are transforming claims from strictly a transaction into a springboard for innovation and growth.
The ROI on Enterprise Content Management: How can insurers balance security and compliance burdens in a Web 2.0 world with the need to facilitate access to increasingly customized content for employees, customers and partners?