Sole proprietors face many of the same risks as larger tech companies, which makes business insurance just as important. Discover recommended policies for sole proprietors in IT.
Technology errors and omissions insurance (technology E&O) provides coverage when you’re accused of negligence, mistakes, or oversights. It also covers data breaches that affect your business or a client’s operations.
A business owner’s policy (BOP) combines general liability insurance with commercial property insurance, often at a discount. It covers broken or stolen laptops and other equipment, client lawsuits, and more.
EPLI protects tech companies against lawsuits filed by employees claiming that their rights were violated.
Workers’ compensation covers the cost of medical bills if an employee at your tech company is injured at work or develops an occupational illness. It also protects business owners from lawsuits over injuries and illnesses.
The scope of almost any software development project is bound to change over the course of implementation. How you manage this inevitable "project scope creep" can mean the difference between success and failure.
Any IT consultant or project manager will tell you that projects can be unpredictable. That’s why they turn to project plan timelines to help manage goals, tasks, and deadlines to keep projects on target and clients happy.