INSURERS NOT FAZED WHEN LIGHTS WENT OUT
Although the blackout of August 14 left inhabitants of North America's eastern seaboard in the dark, disaster preparedness and insignificant insured losses helped to dim the event's impact on insurers.
CSAA LOOKS TO IBM IN ENTERPRISE TRANSFORMATION BID
The California State Auto Association has turned to IBM BCS (Business Consulting Services) to help it engineer a radical business and technology transformation due to be completed by the end of 2006.
The concept that insurance technology executives are focused as much, if not more, on business as technology is well accepted today.
A listing of recent insurance company/IT provider contract announcements.
Calif. Gets Strict on Privacy
California SB 1386, a new law requires companies with even a single California customer to report any personal data breach to the affected parties, or be subject to civil penalties.
Looking for a Few Good CIOs
NYID's insurance department is meeting its technological objectives in large part because of the superintendent's and governor's embrace of technology.
Welcome to the Machine
Insurers' adoption of methodological processes, component-based development and the realignment of technology organizations pave the way for greater application development productivity.
Knowledge Is Power
Sharing knowledge in an insurance company is vital. But in order for a knowledge management activity to succeed, it must be tied to business strategy.
Getting the Message Across
Insurers' Web sites need to do a better job of reassuring customers about security and adequately informing users of site capabilities.
A recent listing of new products for the insurance market.