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photos: Asking questions and intellectual honesty are just two of the traits of people driven by data.
news: For content management, analytics and other front-end functions, life insurers are choosing best of breed solutions over PAS, a new study by Celent reveals.
news: Even when application security testing is undertaken, it often is done casually by developers who are mostly concerned with the applications' functionality.
blog: There's a tug of war over BYOD, but neither those in favor nor those against should tug too hard.
news: Willis, Cooper Gay Swett & Crawford, Ace, XL Group and Generali to participate in the Xchanging-Deutsche Bank Netsett platform pilot.
hr news: Hogan takes on the duties from life-unit CEO Jay Wintrob, who worked at AIG for about 15 years and is departing after being passed over for the top job at the insurer.
hr news: Insurer announces new operating team and the departures of Jay Wintrob, president and CEO of AIG Life & Retirement, and Michael R. Cowan, EVP and chief administrative officer.
news: Reinsurance prices dropped this year during each of the policy renewal periods in January, April and July, according to broker Guy Carpenter.
WOMEN IN INSURANCE LEADERSHIP
UPDATE: For the ninth-consecutive year, INN recognizes female insurance executives who have made outstanding contributions to their businesses and the industry.
UPDATE: Elizabeth Brady will manage branding, advertising, media relations, data analytics, research and business intelligence for the company.
UPDATE: Managers can benefit from applying this theory both to their career aspirations as well as to interactions and expectations of staff.
UPDATE: Sixty-eight percent of respondents feel their companies are actively promoting gender diversity.
Measuring goes beyond just accumulating fans and followers: it looks at the contribution to business.
Much work remains to reconcile insurers' digital vision with the digital reality that seems to be arriving for other industries.
IT leaders at software firms clearly recognize the importance of mobility to drive their businesses forward. Almost 70 percent see mobility as mission critical or important to their organization today.
The IoT is a major game changer for the insurance industry, and will likely affect every part of the insurance value chain. After all, insurance is data-driven, and thats exactly what the IoT can deliverrelevant, actionable, real-time data that can provide an accurate picture of what is beingor may beinsured.
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