Today’s hybrid workplace poses many challenges, including maintaining employee productivity, streamlining communications, and facilitating collaboration. The good news is that Microsoft 365’s dynamic new features can help organizations overcome these problems. Let’s take a look at the productivity suite’s most promising upgrades, which make it better poised to support hybrid work than ever. Excel Live […]
A study done by the McKinsey Global Institute found that employees spend an average of 13 hours every week checking their emails. You can bring that number down and spend more time focusing on essential tasks by trying these Gmail tips. Use keyboard shortcuts Keyboard shortcuts can help you go through your emails quickly. It […]
A major crisis can happen to any business, at any time, so it’s important to be prepared for when things go wrong. One way to do this is by creating a business continuity plan (BCP). In this blog post, we will discuss the importance of having a BCP and how it can help you keep […]
Did you know that the average person uses the same three to seven passwords to log in to over 170 online accounts? In addition to being reused, these passwords are often weak and can be easily guessed by cybercriminals. If cybercriminals guess these passwords, they could access the majority of their victim’s online accounts.
Mobile devices have become an increasingly vital component of many organizations’ IT infrastructure. The surge of remote work makes these devices the most convenient choice for many employees. However, mobile devices also carry significant security risks.
If you’re like most people, you probably have passwords that are easy to remember or use the same one for multiple accounts. But by doing either of these, you could be putting yourself at risk to cyberattacks. To ensure the security of your online accounts, follow the latest password guidelines from the National Institute of […]
For years, we’ve been warned not to share too much personal information with people we meet online. Now, you can shop online for almost any product, manage your finances with online banking services, and chat with friends and strangers on social media platforms.
You probably use URLs every day to access important websites such as your email inboxes, online banking accounts, and social media profiles. Unfortunately, cybercriminals can use URLs to direct you to malicious websites, to steal your personal information, or to initiate downloads of malware onto your devices.
Ask yourself these questions before you share any information.
Large-scale cyberattacks make the news, but that’s just the tip of the iceberg. Cybercrime is on the rise and the majority of attacks go unreported.