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Find the right insurance by not undervaluing your business

No business owner opens up shop with the expectation that it one day might close. Why then, would a company head not prepare for scenarios that could force it to shut down?For example, pretend that you own a small to medium-sized business. You thought that you had accounted for every possible negative scenario that could impact your company. However, one morning, you go down to the building's basement and see that the recent rainfall has caused extensive flooding. A large amount of your product is now submerged in two ...

Unique businesses might have a varied recovery process

Companies can look extremely different when compared side by side. When owners are trying to fine-tune their unique organization, it is important to not neglect an insurance policy that caters to the business' daily operations - regardless of what that entails. Location, types of customers and even the products being sold can all have major effects on how a business can function. To that same effect, a variance in any of those things can negatively impact a company. Making sure an organization can reopen its doors following an unforeseen event can be ...

Rise in BYOD underlines need for technology insurance

Small and medium-sized businesses are often conducting daily operations on-the-go. Cell phones, tablets and laptop computers can help owners in a variety of ways. Whether it's placing orders or communicating with customers, technological innovations are now the norm.Many large corporations have adopted bring-your-own-device (BYOD) policies, to account for employees transporting information to and from the office. However, such security measures should not be forgotten by any business, regardless of its size.A report released last week by the U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) Inspector General's office found that 14,000 commercial ...

 

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