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Craig Beattie is an analyst in Celent's insurance practice, and can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Recent Stories From this Author
The Efficiency CIO vs the Agility CIO
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Is the Insurance Industry Facing a Cyber-Cat? Thousands of Websites at Risk to Heartbleed Bug
April 10, 2014 The bug is believed to affect security of more than 50 percent of the Internet.
3 Technologies That Will Take Hold in Insurance in 2014
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Thoughts from Insurance Technology Congress 2013, London
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The Product Configuration Dilemma
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New Gadgets and What They Could Mean for Insurers
April 11, 2013 Gadget Show Live shows off the technologies that will be defining major advancements in the year to come.
A New Data Mantra: Capture Everything
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Personal and Mobile Device Forecast for 2013
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Apple still does laptops, Microsoft does tablets and Google does iOS Apps
July 16, 2012 Tech giants taking turns this Summer outlining the next several years of advancements.
The Big Unanswered Social Media Question Wheres the Money?
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