Seemingly the hottest topic in insurance technology circles these days, cloud computing has received so much ink that many insurers are uncertain how—if at all—they will take advantage of this means of software delivery.

However, many insurers already have experience and knowledge on handling the finer points of cloud, especially if they have been working with service-oriented architecture in recent years. In fact, many proponents see cloud computing as an extension of service-oriented architecture (SOA) best practices—invoking trusted, reusable services from third-parties that may or may not be outside the firewall.

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