Insurtech: Where We Are & Where We're Going
More insurance companies than ever before are updating their legacy systems with more efficient and consumer-focused platforms, including the cloud and automation. This elimination of time-consuming, manual processes, alongside the ability to reduce complexity of on-site IT platforms, has enabled insurers to considerably streamline workflows and provide improved experiences for consumer- and business-level clients.
Migrating to Windows 10: An Opportunity to Rethink Your Digital Workplace
With its launch in 2009, Microsoft Windows 7 became the most adopted end-user operating system since Windows XP. Choosing the right time to migrate to Windows 10, and implementing a company-wide infrastructure change, are not simple tasks. Adding to the complexity is the need for organizations to consider that mainstream support for Windows 7 has already ended, and extended support for Windows 7 will end in January 2020.
Is Your IT Disposal Putting Your Company's Reputation at Risk
Properly recycling or disposing of your unused or outdated electronic equipment does come with a nominal cost, but simply throwing old IT devices in the garbage to avoid paying that fee can come at an even bigger price including damage to your company’s brand.
Transitioning to a Digital Workplace: Overcoming Resistance to New Technology
Change can be tricky to navigate. Implementing more technology in the workplace may be met with excitement, fear or skepticism for a number of reasons.
Financial Services: 3 Security Trends to Watch in 2018
The new year is here, and now is the time for organizations to take a deeper look at their internal processes and seek out strategies for improvement. One area that's always a priority is cybersecurity, particularly within the financial service sector.
What Exactly are Meltdown and Spectre Security Threats?
Recently the Meltdown and Spectre vulnerabilities were discovered affecting all computers using central processing units (CPUs) manufactured by Intel, AMD and ARM.