You probably didn’t need to worry about antivirus protection before. At the office, the IT department handled it. At home, your personal setup may not contain enough valuable information to warrant industry-strength. But because of the global pandemic forcing most of us to stay indoors, your home is now your office, too.
If you love working in your PJs in the comfort of your own bed, then you probably enjoy working from home. It’s not so great though if you’re stuck with a laptop that’s slow and inefficient. But don’t worry, we have some recommendations to help you make a decision.
The COVID-19 pandemic has forced businesses to be creative with collaboration and productivity — and made work from home (WFH) setups through Microsoft applications more prominent. Just make sure your data is safe in your employees’ hands by following these tips.
The coronavirus outbreak has necessitated people to work away from each other, so employees are now setting up offices at home. If you’re a remote worker, or if your business is planning to move to a work from home setup soon, make sure that your employees’ internet bandwidth can handle work-related processes.
Good information security habits protect businesses. And in this day and age when virtually all business data is stored digitally, information security is more critical than ever. Protecting data starts with building good cybersecurity habits, as most attacks are attempts to exploit system vulnerabilities.
For many businesses, remote working seemed impossible for a multitude of operational and financial reasons. But with the COVID-19 pandemic relentlessly plaguing the world, working from home has become the new standard. How will this change the corporate setup? Enforced flexibility A pandemic is one of the most socially, economically, and politically disruptive events that […]
Remote work policies have become a necessity not just because of the current coronavirus crisis, but also for the ways they improve a company’s bottom line and efficiency. Yet despite remote work’s benefits, it leaves you and your company exposed to online scams and other cybersecurity threats.
Believe it or not, ransomware has been around since the 1980s — but it was only fairly recently that it made waves as a legitimate threat to modern businesses. Modern ransomware prevents users from accessing their system and/or their personal files, and accompanying the lockout is a demand for money.
As the number of COVID-19 cases continues to spike, several countries around the world have issued lockdowns and stay-at-home orders. While some businesses remain operational through remote work arrangements, others are forced to shut down, leaving many people without access to their gyms and workout studios.