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Is It Time to Update Your Company Security Policy

Business needs and policies may change over time as your business grows, and this can include your company's security policy. Even if your business has been relatively secure in the past, it's important to ensure that your security policy will effectively protect employees, customers, and the business itself if disaster strikes.

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Written by Adam Miller
How To Keep Your Home Safer During Summer Vacation

Summer is when many people plan fun vacation getaways, but a growing concern for many homeowners and renters is how to keep their property safe and protected while they're away from home. Learn about several ways you can keep your home or apartment safer while you travel so you can avoid returning to a damaged home.

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Written by Adam Miller
Four Steps to Reduce Theft and Protect Your Business

Theft is a growing problem for businesses of all industries, with the biggest threat coming from company employees. Employee theft is estimated to cost U.S. businesses a total of $50 billion every year, so it's important to mitigate these losses if you own your own business.

Learn about four steps you can take to reduce the opportunity for employee theft and protect the long-term future of your business.

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Written by Adam Miller

Businesses can prepare for a busy summer season, an upcoming holiday, or new laws that impact their company, but few are ever fully prepared if a major disaster strikes, like a fire, flood, or hurricane. When rough times hit your business, the last thing you want to be is unprepared with limited Commercial Insurance coverage that doesn't do much to help you repair and recover what's been lost.

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Written by Adam Miller
Three Ideas for Improving Safety on Your Boat or Watercraft

As summer plans begin to take shape for individuals and families across the Gulf Coast, boats and personal watercraft will likely be a big part of many summer activities. Whether you plan to use them for fishing, exploring, or relaxing, it's important to implement basic boat and watercraft safety guidelines to prevent accidents or injuries.

In this week's Aegis blog post, we'll spotlight three different ways to improve boat and watercraft safety to ensure the protection of yourself, family, friends, and others.

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Written by Adam Miller
Four Ways to Improve the Exterior of Your Business

Your company can offer great services and products, but it'll be difficult to even get customers in your doors if the outside of your business property looks dingy or unwelcoming. Enhancing the outside of your commercial property can go a long way in attracting new customers or welcoming back old customers that may have forgotten about your business.

In today's Aegis blog post, we'll look at four ways to improve the exterior of your business to boost curb appeal and help welcome more customers through your doors.

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Written by Adam Miller
How Solar Panels Can Impact Your House and Insurance Coverage

In the last ten years, there's been a surge of homeowners who have installed solar panels on their rooftops to reduce their electrical bills and rely more on solar energy to power their home. Although this step can greatly reduce energy costs for homeowners, solar panel installation can increase the potential for damage to the home, as well as costly repairs for the solar panels themselves.

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Written by Adam Miller
The Pros and Cons of Renovating Your Restaurant Property

People across the country continue to make their way back to their favorite restaurants, delis, and cafes after a long time away, but many restaurant owners are discovering that customer dining habits have changed. Customers are flocking to places with more outdoor dining options, eye-catching and bold graphics that generate social media buzz, or family-style tables and dining halls that encourage group meals.

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Written by Adam Miller
Hurricane Preparedness: How to Effectively Protect Your Business

May 1st marks the start of National Hurricane Preparedness Week, and last week we explained several ways homeowners and renters can protect their personal property from the threat of hurricane damage. However, it's just as important for business owners to protect their company buildings, assets and inventory, and employees from possible weather disasters.

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Written by Adam Miller
Hurricane Preparedness Week: Four Ways to Secure Your Home and Family

The first week of May is National Hurricane Preparedness Week, which is dedicated to reminding homeowners, renters, and business owners the importance of being prepared for hurricane season. Any preparations that can be made now before the June 1st start of hurricane season can help better protect your home and personal property from possible hurricane damage.

Let's look at four specific ways homeowners can prepare in advance for hurricane season so their home and family can be safer in the event of tropical storms or hurricanes in our region.

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