Joe McKendrick

Joe McKendrick

Joe McKendrick is an author, consultant, blogger and frequent INN contributor specializing in information technology.

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AI may not be a perfect fit for insurance companies, at least not yet.
The insurance industry is known to be conservative when it comes to new technology paradigms, but may not be alone when it comes to data analytics.
The cost of a data breach is going up, and quick responses can save savvy organizations.
New types of solutions are reshaping the way technology services are delivered, both internally as well as to customers.
Existing data centers cannot handle all consumer data alone. Ultimately, a multi-layer hybrid approach needs to be considered.
The blockchain would reject multiple claims for one accident because the network would know that a claim had already been made, for example.
Dropping technology in and of itself on top of an organization will not deliver overnight success.
Insurance is joining the digital revolution in a big way. But the costs of insurance back-office operations need to come down to open up the gates of innovation.
Security needs to be part of all application and data activities up and down enterprises.
Itís only a matter of time until insurance companies emerge as software companies as well.
With the industry's focus on the Internet of Things, being 'closer to the ground' might be the right move.
The accuracy, scalability, consistency and accessibility of APIs is critical to avoid potential errors or issues.

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