Joe McKendrick

Joe McKendrick

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

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As automation increases, itís not that jobs will be entirely eliminated, itís more likely that jobholders will see the nature of their tasks shift away from repetitive tasks and toward people-oriented tasks.
Insurers can benefit from a re-orienting of traditional markers of business success for the digital age.
The challenge for insurance IT managers is to sell their workplaces and companies as cutting-edge opportunities for IT professionals.
Many organizations, especially insurance companies, have been attempting to straddle the (little-D) "delta" between enormous stores of legacy assets and 2010s-era digital demands in recent years.
Insurance technology is increasingly resembling that of the Amazons, Googles and Facebooks of the world Ė responsive, smart and adapting from sub-second to sub-second to changing realities.
The sweet spot for insurers' online distribution efforts and startups looking to innovate may be the small business insurance market, study finds.
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.

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