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Gartner estimates that 30 percent of companies will be using biometric identification on their employees by 2016.
Relief organizations, insurance companies, and national governments are all investigating the potential of drones both during and after disasters.
Learn more about the status of this project, and see how this initiative is gaining momentum.
Data growth ought to translate into business growth, but it's never that simple.
Find out what project management for insurance will look like over the next several years.
Two non-profit insurance organizations are teaming up to expand the reach of the standards they develop and maintain for insurers.
ACORD Standard VehicleTelematicsNotify messaging allows telematics data providers to deliver data to data consumers (typically insurance carriers).
Possible pitfalls for insurers related to project management.
The flesh-and-blood driver is not obsolete yet. But even a living, breathing person in the driver's seat has a quickly evolving arsenal of technology to keep them safer and get them to their destination on time... or at least, that's the idea.
If project management is critical, the way we go about it must also be very important.
Survey participants seemed confident in their cyber security measures - but is this comforting news, or are they underestimating the danger they're in?
It is a well-established fact that about two thirds of IT projects fail to come in on time or on budget - or they fail to meet expectations.
If there's an accident and that home is damaged while you're away, you may be in for a shock when you file a claim.
Towers Watson recently released the results of its 2015 Insurance Industry Outlook survey, focusing on the challenges and concerns facing insurance companies worldwide over the coming year.
What effects will the mass adoption of driverless cars have on insurance?
If you're having a hard time grasping the Millennial mindset, don't worry, you're not alone.
After a nerve-wracking delay, the insurance industry breathed a collective sigh of relief last week as Congress finally renewed TRIA, the Terrorism Risk Insurance Act.