We Heard Your Business Wants New Tech This Year

We Heard Your Business Wants New Tech This Year

Section 179 Provides End-of-Year Tax Benefits Section 179 of the IRS tax code allows businesses to write off the total purchase price of any qualifying equipment or software in the year it was purchased or financed. This deduction was designed to help small businesses...
Grow and Save with Technology Tax Deductions

Grow and Save with Technology Tax Deductions

For many businesses, tax season can be the most stressful time of the year. Fortunately, there are technology tax deductions out there, including Section 179. Not only can this deduction help businesses save on expenses — it can also help them grow. The Section 179...
The Employer’s Guide to Cyber Readiness

The Employer’s Guide to Cyber Readiness

Cybercrimes are becoming more rampant worldwide as cyberattacks like ransomware, malware and phishing become commonplace. With global cybercrime damage amounting to $16 billion a day, it’s important for businesses to have cyber readiness to avoid financial damage to...
The State of Cybersecurity Insurance Today: Emerging Trends

The State of Cybersecurity Insurance Today: Emerging Trends

The cybersecurity insurance market has grown exponentially in recent years, and it’s only expected to continue expanding. In fact, by 2028, the market is expected to be valued at a staggering $26.24 billion. It’s clear that as cybercriminals become more adept,...
How to Develop a Reliable Disaster Recovery Plan

How to Develop a Reliable Disaster Recovery Plan

In today’s digital world, we rely on our business technology more than ever. That’s why you should be doing everything you can to protect your data and technology. In order for your business to stay protected, you need a disaster recovery plan. According to the...
Why Your Business Needs a Data Recovery Plan

Why Your Business Needs a Data Recovery Plan

We all know how important our business data is in today’s digital world. We are creating and using tons of new data every day. In fact, according to Forbes, there are 2.5 quintillion bytes of data created every 24 hours. And much of this business data is...