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Content tagged with Security posted in April 2006
Compliance, Not Malware, Drives IT Budgets: Survey
News  |  4/12/2006  | 
Chief security officers say their primary reasons for investing in security software have to do with compliance rules, not virus threats.
CIGNA Offers Virtual Doctor Visits
News  |  4/12/2006  | 
CIGNA HealthCare has teamed up with RelayHealth to offer customers Physician webVisits, a Web-based solution that allows customers to schedule doctors appointments, view laboratory results, and receive prescription refills and renewals online.
Multifunction Printers
News  |  4/6/2006  | 
Lexington, Ky. • Lexmark introduced a new collection of multifunction printers, including the Lexmark X644e, X646dte, X850e, X852e and X854e.
Call Forward
News  |  4/5/2006  | 
Promises of cost savings, enhanced customer service and improved business continuity are driving insurers to make the switch to Voice over IP.
Partners and Rivals
News  |  4/5/2006  | 
As growth in the health savings account market skyrockets, health insurers and banks are simultaneously partners in the value chain and rivals seeking to control customer relationships.
Transparent Technology
News  |  4/5/2006  | 
Jim Hanson, EVP of Information Services, Mutual of Omaha Jim Hanson and Mutual of Omaha (.74 billion in 2005 revenue) have a long history together. Hanson joined the mutual company right out of college and has served in his current role as the carrier's EVP for information services for 10 years. During his tenure, Hanson has been able to update the organization's legacy systems with new technologies while making the resulting IT environment appear seamless to the company's internal and external
Go With the Flow
News  |  4/5/2006  | 
As part of a network redesign in 2003 that involved redeploying its IT infrastructure at colocation facilities in Boston and Dallas for business continuity and disaster recovery purposes, Amica Mutual Insurance Co. ($3.4 billion in assets) wanted to ensure its investment was protected.

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