• Technology Decisions, November 2001, ad index:

    AQS, Inc., www.aqssys.comCCC Information Services, Inc., www.cccis.comCoss, www.cossdev.comCSC, www.csc-fs.comDELL Computer Corp, www.dell.comE-Z Data, Inc., www.ez-data.comINFOEL USA, www.infoelusa.comMarshall & Swift/Boeckh, www.msbinfo.comMicrosoft, www.microsoft.com/business/financeThe National Underwriter Company, www.nuco.comRebus, ...

  • November issue of Technology Decisions magazine

    Welcome to the resource for IT professionals and managers in the insurance and financial industries. In this new magazine from The National Underwriter Co., you'll ...

  • That's What You Are, But What Am I?

    There are worse things in life to be called than practical. So it shouldn't come as much of a surprise that insurance professionals chose that ...

  • Technology and insurance news and information

    Pru targets affluent with new .comPrudential Financial is taking aim at the oft-targeted wallets of the affluent, this time with its PruFN.com Web site. Designed ...

  • Carrier Web Strategies: What Will and Won't Work and Why

    Independent-agency carriers are not likely to succeed by selling direct through the Internet. If they abandon their agency sales force they will see premium fall ...

  • The Enemy Within

    It's time for Q&A. Which is the biggest threat to the security of your company's data, applications, and firewalls?Is it: A) Your own employees, B) ...

  • Operating Securely

    Perhaps the world's first hack took place around 5,000 years ago after the advent of the abacus, a tool many describe as the original computer. ...

  • Palms to Hold On To

    If you don't have your own PDA -- a Palm, Visor, or one of the Windows CE devices -- ask someone who uses one how ...

  • Who's Zooming Whom

    Capco and Slam Dunk Networks entered a strategic partnership in hopes of providing secure, guaranteed connectivity for financial services organizations. Capco, which specializes in financial ...

  • Kicking 'Em When They're Down

    Microsoft can't win. No sooner does it get the Justice Department off its back when the Gartner Group comes along and tells everyone to dump ...