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5 Practices to Help Make Your Remote Employees Feel Engaged

While the debate rages on about when we’ll truly be in the “post” pandemic world, few paradigm shifts have emerged that are more clear and obvious than the push toward remote workforces. Not only does working remotely make sense to keep teams safe in times of uncertainty, but it’s decreasing the number of vehicles on the road, adding new layers of flexibility to the workplace, and increasing employees’ quality of life across the board.  

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Making MFA More Convenient for your Business

If you’re reading this, you’re probably pretty proactive when it comes to cyber security. You’re also probably well aware of the benefits of keeping terabytes of data behind a wall more secure than a password which is your first pet’s name and your birth year.

...Right?

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Two-Factor vs. Multifactor Authentication: What's the Difference?

 

No matter the industry you’re in if you’re collecting information, you should be protecting that data. And to protect that data, you’ve undoubtedly run into phrases like single-factor, two-factor, and multifactor authentication – and the responsibilities that go come collecting all that data. In nearly every instance that breaches occur, the missteps can be boiled down to simple problems like weak credentials and poor security standards. (Go ahead and take the sticky notes with your passwords off of your computer monitor before you read the rest of this.)

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20 Cyber Insurance Questions That Can Help Lower Your Premium

 

Cyber Insurance protects one of the most important assets your company has- your data. With recent high-profile security incidents, requirements are tightening to qualify for reasonable cyber insurance premiums.

Use the questions below to prepare yourself for the questions you will encounter when applying for and renewing your cyber insurance.

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Microsoft Teams Calling Plans

Businesses across the nation are trying to navigate what things will look like for their communications in the “new normal.” One thing is for sure, VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) technology is here to stay. Microsoft 365 – particularly Microsoft Teams – makes leveraging this cost-effective technology simple for companies of all shapes, sizes, and workflow configurations.

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