For close to a decade, the “cloud” has been a hot topic among insurers — that is, the use of a remote server network, hosted on the Internet, to store, manage and process data. Carriers have long been tempted by the opportunity to decrease their data center footprint, to save money and to boost flexibility, scalability, portability and mobility. And multiple sales channels and processing operations have created heavy IT demands, for which cloud computing offers a natural support… Read Full Article Here