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Content tagged with Infrastructure posted in January 2006
Managing in the Best and Worst of Times
News  |  1/11/2006  | 
How can insurers shift the concentration of their IT budgets away from internal spend and maintenance toward innovation?
Technologies of Opportunity
News  |  1/11/2006  | 
As insurers plan their future IT investments, they may want to investigate some underappreciated technologies that have the potential to drive dramatic change in the industry.
Claims Tool Kit
News  |  1/11/2006  | 
With carriers relying heavily on adjusters and agents in the field to show responsiveness and customer commitment, the need for cutting-edge mobile technology is increasing.
Constant Change
News  |  1/11/2006  | 
With initiatives under way to streamline regulatory standards, enhance retirement options and introduce electronic medical records, 2006 promises a whirlwind of regulatory and political change for insurance executives.
Open Source’s Mainstream Future
News  |  1/11/2006  | 
Once the focus of an underground movement, open source software is on its way to becoming a universally adopted strategy for minimizing costs while maximizing performance.
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News  |  1/11/2006  | 
What opportunities and challenges await innovative insurers in the coming year? Members of I&T's Reader Advisory Board report on their priority lists.
It’s Electric
News  |  1/11/2006  | 
Austin Mutual Insurance transitions to electronic policy administration with a Web-enabled business submission system built by Keane.
Guardian Life’s Callahan Looks Ahead
News  |  1/4/2006  | 
Dennis S. Callahan, Executive Vice President and CIO, Guardian Life Insurance Co. of America (New York; $39.5 billion in assets), and Insurance & Technology Reader Advisory Board member recently shared with his thoughts with I&T on the future of both Guardian and the insurance industry in general, from a technology point of view.

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