Are you still working from home? That's probably a silly question, of course, you are. Most everybody is still working from home. If you're anything like the rest of us you've probably noticed intermittent internet issues. I know I have. When the pandemic first started, and everyone was stuck indoors, my internet took a NOSEDIVE. Everybody was online, streaming God knows what, trying to use business applications over residential connections.
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Time hasn’t been kind to the password. It’s continuously put down as one of the least secure methods of protecting systems. It’s not due to any fault of the password, though. People just have a hard time remembering long and complex passwords. And considering what's going on in the world with Covid-19 and how scrambled everyone is (for instance, I often forget what day it is now), a complex password might be the least of your concerns.
To help with that, we recommend Multi-Factor Authentication.
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A new, and disgusting trend has reared its ugly head: Zoombombing. Zoombombing is when an online troll enters a Zoom video conferencing meeting with the intent to disrupt, disgust, and damage the occupants and derail the meeting's purpose or mission.
Topics: 7 Steps Coronavirus Covid-19 Work from Home Zoom
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I assume many of you reading this are like me. You're working from home in the shadow of an international pandemic. 43 million Americans, coast to coast, are in the same boat as us. They're having just as hard a time dealing with the crisis as you or I.