[nflug] OT: IT-friendly insurance

Tyler Poland tyler.poland at gmail.com
Wed Jul 30 12:47:18 EDT 2008


Try one of the bigger companies.  State Farm, or Allstate should be
able to help you out.  I've never worked with either in a business
relationship, but I can't imagine one of them not understanding the


On Wed, Jul 30, 2008 at 12:08 PM, Erek Dyskant <erek at blumenthals.com> wrote:
>        They were unclear with the sorts of risks that an application hosting
> provider faces:  visits to customer sites, co-located equipment,
> security of hosted applications, mal-practice, programing project
> failure, etc.
>        The newspapers are full of stories about leaked customer information
> and IT project meltdowns, so someone who doesn't know the industry would
> be understandably reluctant.
>        Since they don't deal with this sort of thing very often, they quoted a
> high price and indicated we'd probably do better if we found a
> specialist.
> --Erek
> On Wed, 2008-07-30 at 12:01 -0400, Brad Bartram wrote:
>> Although I don't have anything to give you in reference to your
>> question, I would be very interested to hear the reasons for the
>> hesitation on the part of the agent.
>> Brad
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