Small business tips
Buying or renting an office is a big step for a small 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.
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.
Lawsuits, even frivolous lawsuits, can cost your business valuable time and money.
When you own a small IT business, your focus is usually on your work and on your clients. However, it's worth taking time to consider what kind of legal structure you need and whether your needs will change as your business grows.
An acceptable use policy outlines what people can and can’t do on an organization’s internet connection. It can help protect your business and your clients from data breaches, cyberattacks, and other liabilities.
Liability insurance can protect you from risks and help your business meet contract requirements. Here’s how to decide which coverage limits you need for your liability policies.
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.
Even if you’ve done nothing wrong, someone can still sue your IT business. Learn how to prepare for this possibility.