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In light of the coronavirus outbreak that swiftly swept across the globe, there have been efforts made by many telecommunications companies to make life easier for their customers. These customers are likely holed up at home, working remotely, if possible. One way or another, they are going to want Internet access, and in a show of solidarity, numerous ISPs and cell carriers are delivering.
Most smartphone users like to get a new phone every year or two. This isn’t just because the hardware or software on newer devices are better, but because after two years, many people have dropped their devices a half dozen times and there are cracks and dings in the device. After two years most device’s batteries start to degrade. Some newer software isn’t compatible or won’t run on older devices. Whatever your reason is for getting a new smartphone, you should know that your old smartphone still has some value. For this week’s tip, we’ll outline some ways you can use your old mobile device:
We know many of you have started working from home, or need to, almost overnight. The move to a remote workforce for many has happened almost instantaneously. Many don’t realize they’re no longer as protected as they were in the office. But you’re STILL expected to protect the company data.
Now, it’s more important than ever to conduct your work safely. Please view this training from one of our trusted vendors, showing what you should be doing to keep your remote workspace safe. Get peace of mind by learning the critical steps you should take when working remotely.
Each day, the news surrounding the Coronavirus pandemic gets closer and closer to home, and with new restrictions being levied each day, businesses are some of the hardest-hit organizations. Today, we will discuss how file sync and sharing platforms can help your business immensely as this situation plays out.
At this point, it’s hard to believe that anyone needs to be told that cybersecurity is important, but some organizations are still doing the bare minimum to protect their network and data. That can’t go on forever. Today, we thought we would discuss how to put together a cybersecurity policy that covers all the bases and will give you the peace of mind that you are actively combating today’s most present threats to your network, infrastructure, and data.