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According to a recent study, more than half of work from home employees are putting their organizations at risks for a cybersecurity attack by being lax about security protocols.  With an increase of almost a third of the country working from home due to covid-19, the amount of risk for organizations to suffer an online attack is growing exponentially.  Analysis by researchers at a large cybersecurity company...

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In a June 2020 research study, IBM found that while the majority of employees said they were confident in their company’s ability to keep information secure, many haven’t been trained on work from home policies. IBM surveyed over 2,000 US based remote workers and found that out of 93% who were confident, 53% were using their personal laptops to work while 45% have received no additional...

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There are many risks companies face with work from home employees. We will focus on the top two risks phishing and compliance; you should address now. You can download our free guidebook to get a more in-depth summary and three more risks you don’t want to overlook. We know not everyone has time to dive into our guide, so we wanted to take two subjects we...

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How much does poor communication cost a business? Are your remote workers costing your clients? Proper Planning The military has a phrase “Proper Planning Prevents Poor Performance.” This mindset is the basis for their emphasis on training, training and more training. They rely on soldiers who can perform when called upon. Soldiers will tell you that training is only one part of the equation. Admittedly, their gear and...

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[vc_row][vc_column][vc_single_image image="7219" img_size="full" alignment="center"][vc_column_text] What is the Cloud? The Cloud is really just someone else’s computer. Why would a business choose to use a computer that isn’t theirs and isn’t on their property? Since the migration from mainframe computers to desktops, servers and laptops, the accepted norm was for businesses to buy (CapX) their equipment and software, hire employees and consultants to get everything working, and then run...

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