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Jun
30
2015
Safeguard your business against disaster with business interruption insurance
When things are humming along in your business, it’s easy not to think about the possible consequences of a severe business interruption. But this is kind of like the ostrich that buries its head in the sand, thinking this will protect it from danger. Business interruptions come in many different forms: natural disasters like hurricanes, tornadoes and floods, and also less publicized but equally as disruptive events, such as server crashes, data breaches and extended power outages. This post details how to choose a business interruption insurance policy with the appropriate level of protection.
Jun
23
2015
How to take a vacation from your business

This week officially marks the beginning of summer, though it has felt like summer for at least the past month. But for most small business owners, these are anything but the “lazy, hazy, crazy days of summer.”

Jun
10
2015
Business continuity planning chart
June 1 is a critical date for almost every business that operates along the Gulf Coast or the Atlantic: It marks the official beginning of hurricane season. This makes now the perfect time to formulate plans for how you will minimize the potential impact of not just a hurricane, but any kind of disaster to your business — including server crashes, security breaches, extended power outages, sabotage and cybercrime. The post details the importance of devising a business continuity and resiliency plan to get your operations back up and running again as quickly as possible.
Jun
03
2015
EMV credit cards
If your business accepts credit and debit cards for payment, you need to be aware of a major change that’s coming to card processing in just a few months. Beginning in October, liability for fraudulent card transactions is expected to shift from your bank to your business if customers present new EMV credit cards for payment but you have not installed EMV-capable terminals at your point of sale. EMV stands for Europay, MasterCard® and Visa®, which is a new type of card processing technology that’s based on microchips instead of magnetic stripes, wherein a small credit card chip is embedded.

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