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These days, it's difficult to talk data centers without getting into a conversation about the cloud. But are the benefits of cloud computing real, or are they a lot of hot air? Insurance & Technology's July digital edition helps you cut through the hype and find the true value of the cloud.
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In This Issue:
4 QUESTIONS EVERY INSURER MUST ASK ABOUT THE CLOUD: Think you have the cloud figured out? If you haven't addressed these four critical questions, your cloud strategy may never get off the ground.
THE BUILDING BLOCKS OF A MODERN DATA CENTER: Data center transformation is built on automation, virtualization and cloud computing. But reinventing the data center with these technologies begins with an IT transformation.
CARRIERS' CORE CONCERNS ABOUT THE CLOUD: Insurers are cautiously taking to the cloud. But security concerns are likely to keep core systems in-house for the foreseeable future.
Case Study: Optimizing Data Center Performance
Hidden Costs of Hybrid Clouds: Integration Challenges
Creating an Intelligent Infrastructure for Decision Support
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