Virtual Happy Hours and Pet Photos, Expert Advice on the Social Side of Working from Home.

More people than ever are working from home these days. As more states move towards "shelter in place" orders because of COVID-19 concerns, this number is likely to increase this week. For businesses that don't normally support a lot of remote workers, this will provide a challenge.

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3 Great Resources to Keep You Mentally Healthy During COVID-19

As people around the world come to terms with social distancing to flatten the curve and stop the spread of the Novel Coronavirus, it is important to remember to do things to combat stress and stay mentally strong. 

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Working from Home During the Coronavirus? Here's What You Need to Know.

As much of the world works to contain the spread of COVID-19, many more people will be working from home during what WHO says is now a global pandemic. Here are some helpful tips for businesses who are preparing to stay productive while implementing a majority remote work solution. 

Watch this three-minute video for tips on using Office 365 to work better remotely.

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5 Things You Didn’t Know About EDR

By: Gilad David Maayan

Endpoints are any externally facing device on your network, including smartphones, laptops, routers, and Internet of Things (IoT) sensors. Endpoints enable users to access the network from different physical locations and devices. However, this benefit can turn into a risk when attackers take advantage of endpoints to breach the network. 

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Fake Social Media and Amazon Phishing Scams to Watch Out For

Fake email notifications are one of the common attacks hackers use to target small to midsize businesses with phishing attacks. These fake security emails are meant to try to scare you into taking action with messages like “Your account will be suspended in 24 hours.”

These attacks rely on getting you to believe these messages were actually sent from the real platform. 

Because of social engineering efforts, hackers are getting much better at mimicking the tone and word choice companies use to alert their customers. Which means that readers must take extra precautions in order to not get duped. Let's look at a few recent examples of this. 

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Are Your Workers As Connected As They Could Be?

See the new digital tools that are trying to address the worker communication gap.

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This Digital Transformation Can Reap Big Business Rewards

Are there ways to increase customer satisfaction, reduce turnover rate among critical employees, and streamline communications from the bottom to the top of your organization? Yes, and it all starts with focusing on one key segment of your workforce.

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How to Buy Ransomware--What Business Owners Need to Know

If you search the dark web--the scary online world hidden from search engines, you'll discover that everything is for sale, including ready-made ransomware. If you're a small business owner, here are some things about this underworld that you should know...

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Political Campaigns Are Big Targets for Hackers Right Now

As you read this, hackers all over the world are sharing successful phishing scripts with each other and composing messages that will open the door to the next big breach. One of their main targets? American politics.

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How to Use Microsoft MyAnalytics to Improve Your Productivity.

We've all heard the phrase, "time is money," but do we really know how to leverage this form of currency to be more productive for us? Here's one way to get started. 

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