Small business tips
Liability claims can be a threat to your tech business. If you’re accused of injuring someone, damaging property, or causing other harm it could easily turn into a costly lawsuit. That’s why it's important to have the right insurance protection in place to cover a range of potential liability risks.
Even if you’ve done nothing wrong, someone can still sue your IT business. Learn how to prepare for this possibility.
Starting an IT consulting business involves risk and uncertainty, but the satisfaction of working for yourself can make it all worthwhile. Here are six ways to set yourself up for success before you make the leap to consulting.
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.
Some types of insurance benefit every tech business. Other types cover liabilities specific to businesses with employees, offices, or other risk factors.
Buying or renting an office is a big step for a small tech company – so you’ll want to make sure to protect your investment with office insurance. While commercial property insurance pays for damage to your building and belongings, you’ll likely need other policies as well.
Some business insurance policies are required by law. Others can help your small business stay afloat when property damage, a business interruption, or a lawsuit threatens to pull you under.
Lawsuits, even frivolous lawsuits, can cost your business valuable time and money.