It’s a better part of a year now since a large portion of the workforce has been operating from the remote home office. While working in sweats and slippers is a far cry more comfortable than regular office attire, one of the downsides of being remote is the extension of office hours. Having a work…Read More. . .
From the looks of things, remote work is here to stay – at least for a while. While many home office workers may have waited to fully outfit their domicile work spaces in the hopes of returning to corporate digs, now may be the time to re-think that decision and add one of the most…Read More. . .
Last time we addressed the many varieties of cyberattacks, all of which have a common goal – to wreak havoc with your business. This week we’ll take a look at ways to better secure your business network. The need for online presence has grown exponentially over the past decade with no decline in sight. Network…Read More. . .
The number of small businesses reporting cyberattacks has reportedly increased annually in recent years and no wonder. Cyber criminals are crafty, relentless and will take advantage of any “weak link” in a security system in order to gain access to valuable information, prevent a business from conducting work, or even worse, shutting down a business…Read More. . .
A new year will be here before you know it (by the way, good riddance 2020!) and for those looking to partner with a print management service in 2021, here are a few points to consider. Experience is key when choosing a managed print services provider. Nothing tells the true tale better than a solid…Read More. . .
No question – this year has turned people’s lives sideways. Dining rooms have morphed into offices, it’s casual Friday every day, and Zoom has become not only a household name, but the connection for many to the outside world! So, imagine the impending retiree who after x number of years on the job has decided…Read More. . .
Whether for the home or traditional office, adding an air purifier to the mix of a coronavirus prevention protocol makes a lot of sense. The COVID-19 virus is primarily spread through respiratory droplets expelled through the air when someone who is infected coughs, sneezes, talks and even just breathes. But it can also spread through…Read More. . .
With many offices left empty much of the time these days – except for the occasional visit to retrieve mail, reset the thermostat or water plants – installing a surveillance camera is becoming more of a necessity. There are many good reasons for camera installation, the primary being a bit more peace of mind; let’s…Read More. . .
Let’s say you have a lock and a chain on your door – would you use both for extra protection? Chances are the answer is “yes.” So, why not do the same to protect against cyberattacks? Two-factor authentication – also known as 2FA – is a multi-factor security process that verifies identity in two ways…Read More. . .
It looks as if remote office work will be here for some time to come for many…and that means a lot of teleconferencing meetings. Whether with Zoom, Microsoft Teams, Google Duo, Skype or other such platforms, if you’re on camera, be sure to have the proper lighting. But let’s not put the cart before the…Read More. . .