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Three Ways Technology Can Help Businesses With Hurricane Preparations

This year's hurricane season is predicted to be another active one, so businesses can take proactive steps now to protect their company, assets, and employees now before a storm impacts our region. While some preparation can be largely physical in nature, such as securing outdoor property and reinforcing windows, other preparation can be done through the help of new technology. Our Aegis blog post today looks at three ways technology can help companies with their hurricane preparation to ensure they make a faster recovery.

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Written by Adam Miller
Is Your Business At Greater Risk In The Summer?

Although summer may mean a boost in sales or customer activity, it could also mean an increase in worker injuries, lost or damaged merchandise, or structural issues to your business. For a large number of businesses, summer can be the riskiest time of the year. Today's Aegis blog post looks at the ways businesses may be at a greater risk during the summer months, ways to minimize risks, and what kinds of Commercial Insurance may be needed.

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Written by Adam Miller
Are Mobile Devices Making Your Business Less Secure?

Our ever-changing world of technology has led to countless innovations and improvements in the business world, and has even created new kinds of industries. Although the Internet and mobile devices have forever changed how we shop, work, and communicate, they don't automatically make our businesses safer or more secure. In today's Aegis blog, we look at how mobile devices might be making our businesses and networks less secure, and how certain kinds of Commercial Insurance can help make our businesses more stable and secure.

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Written by Adam Miller
How Vulnerable Is Your Business?

Business owners often have very specific goals for their company, and will often focus on making sure their business is known as successful, profitable, innovative, popular, or growing. Unfortunately, one word that describes many small and medium businesses is vulnerable; meaning their merchandise can be easily harmed or damaged, or there are other factors that make them less stable. Too often business owners have no clue that their business is vulnerable, or the extent of these vulnerabilities.

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Written by Adam Miller
Could Your Business Survive A Temporary Closure?

Businesses owners know that it's never good to have an unexpected closure, whether it's due to inclement weather, utility disruptions, or damages to the building and interior property. While some businesses can easily transition to an off-site or alternate location, not all have that ability or luxury. As a result, a closure of any kind could be catastrophic to a business and their bottom line.

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Written by Adam Miller
What Do Criminals See When They Look At Your Commercial Property?

Business owners will often spend a considerable amount of money to make their commercial property functional, easy to access, and welcoming to customers and visitors. However, criminals will look at a commercial property and notice very different things as they determine if a business would be a valuable and easy target. In today's Aegis blog post, we look at four things criminals may look for first when passing by your commercial property, and what security measures can help protect your business.

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Written by Adam Miller
Three Ways Commercial Insurance Protects Your Business When You’re Not Open

Business owners understand that Commercial Insurance is vital for protecting company property, structures, vehicles, tools and equipment, employees, and the company at large if disaster strikes. However, Commercial Insurance doesn't just protect your business and assets from disasters that strike during your hours of operation, but also for what happens when you're closed for the evening, holidays, or other times of the week. Our Aegis blog post looks at the three most common causes of commercial property damage when the business is closed.

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Written by Adam Miller
What Businesses Should Be Doing Now Before Hurricane Season

After witnessing the devastation brought by Hurricanes Harvey, Irma, and Maria last year, business owners across the Gulf Coast will have a weary eye on the tropics as hurricane season begins in just a couple of months. However, businesses have the opportunity to take actions now that can help limit business closures, mitigate potential income losses, and reduce damages in the event our region is struck by another hurricane or major weather event. In today's Aegis blog post, we look at three things companies should be doing now before the start of hurricane season on June 1.

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Written by Adam Miller
Would Your Business Be Able To Survive Another Hurricane?

Nearly eight months ago, business owners throughout southeast Texas were devastated by Hurricane Harvey, a torrential storm that brought record-shattering rainfall and widespread flooding. Thousands of companies throughout the Gulf Coast were left with no electricity, damaged buildings and assets, and substantial losses and cleanup.

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Written by Adam Miller
Is Your Restaurant Insurance Up To Date?

Texas is home to some of the nation's most dynamic restaurants, with dining options ranging from tiny mom and pop cafes to world-class gourmet cuisine. No matter the size, cuisine or price range, restaurants all need Commercial Restaurant Insurance in order to operate and protect their business. However, the Commercial Insurance purchased when the doors first open may not meet the unique needs of restaurant owners after the business has been established and flourishes over time.

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