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The Connected Business of Insurance

Topic: the cloud

The Digital Agency: Connecting Minds and Machines

by Trace Meek

Digital technology is integrated into every aspect of our lives. For instance, when you go to the grocery store you can process your own purchases via a […]

Cloud Technology: Not All Clouds Are Created Equal

by Applied Communications

Cloud technology has become one of the most impactful trends for businesses in all industries. Providing many benefits including data security, operational efficiency and enhanced business continuity, […]

Keep Your Feet on the Ground and Head in the Cloud

by Kris Hackney

Has weather ever kept you off the roads and away from the office? Have you ever feared that your data and clients’ data has been exposed to […]


It’s a Good Time to Be in Insurance – and 2016 Is Looking Even Better

by Reid French

Today, the insurance industry is healthy and strong, with high levels of organic revenue growth and rising profit margins across the independent agency and brokerage channel. According […]

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[Podcast] What You Should Know About Data Security

by Applied Communications

 Guests: Tim Sander Senior Vice President IT and Cloud Services Applied Systems David Gerlach Director of Information Security Applied Systems Data security is more important than ever […]

Your #1 Priority When Disaster Strikes

by Greg Shiple

Hurricane season is right around the corner, running from June 1 through November 30, 2015. Is your business prepared? Recently I’ve read a lot about how 2014 […]

Brokerage of the Future: Adapting to 21st Century Technology

by Jeff Purdy

30 years ago, Universal Pictures released Back to the Future, the classic 80’s comic sci-fi adventure film that took Marty McFly and Dr. Emmett L. Brown back […]

Top 3 Cloud Myths – What Does it Mean to You?

by Tim Sander

According to a new forecast from International Data Corporation (IDC), public IT cloud services spending will reach $56.6 billion by the end of 2014 and grow to […]

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West, Texas – Looking Back a Year After the Explosion

by Tommy Muska

A Day I’ll Never Forget Last year, on April 17, two fertilizer plants exploded, and life changed in West, Texas. Nearby houses, the plants and the school […]