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Keeping up with all the changes in automation and technology to keep your agency alive and well continues to be a time-consuming and difficult job. There are constant, new changes that affect how you run your agency. These changes are not going to slow down… if anything, they’re going to speed up, especially over the next few years. The pace of change is going to go faster, not slower.
How are you supposed to keep up with technology changes, and sell insurance and run your agency? It’s challenging! The challenges you face are many. Here are just a few:
“Sales and Marketing: Successful Processes for Insurance Producers – Episode 050” by Steve Anderson and Ryan Deeds
This week’s TechTip is a Public Service Announcement (PSA) for those of you who are using the Chrome browser.
Several security researchers identified a “Serious Chrome zero-day” vulnerability. This just means that there is a vulnerability in the Chrome browser that hackers could exploit to gain access to your computer.
A zero-day threat is a threat that exploits an unknown computer security vulnerability. The term is derived from the age of the exploit, which takes place before or on the first (or “zeroth”) day of a developer’s awareness of the exploit or bug … Attackers exploit zero-day vulnerabilities through different vectors.
How to Check for the Latest Chrome Browser Update
It’s quite simple to take a look and make sure your Chrome browser has been updated to the latest version which fixes the problem.
“Operationalizing Sales and Marketing: First Steps for Insurance Agents – Episode 049” by Steve Anderson and Ryan Deeds
When Microsoft released Windows 10 nearly four years ago, it included a new updated and modern browser called Edge. While Internet Explorer lived on due to some underlying code in Windows and for compatibility with legacy business websites, Microsoft no longer provides updates for Internet Explorer when new web standards are released.
That’s a problem for the insurance industry.
Way too many insurance companies and technology vendors require the use of Internet Explorer to make their websites and web platforms fully functional.
Microsoft has tried some different ways to push businesses to improve their older web apps but, unfortunately, IT administrators have naturally taken the easy route of continuing to rely on Internet Explorer and its various compatibility modes.