The Big Impact of Video Conferencing for Education

The Big Impact of Video Conferencing for Education

By | News & Updates

As schools adjusted to the rigors of enforced remote learning in 2020, their go-to tool was video conferencing technology. Now that the pandemic is slowing (aside from the newer threats of variants and resurgence) and students are moving back into the classroom, more school districts are creating hybrid learning situations. Discover how implementing video conferencing for education helps increase the impact & effectiveness of in-person & remote learning.

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Choosing the Best Temperature-Sensing Camera with Facial Recognition

Temperature-Sensing Cameras with Facial Recognition—A New Layer of Security for a Post-Pandemic World

By | Coronavirus/COVID-19, News & Updates, Public Safety, Security & Surveillance, Special Series

While lawmakers and specific political groups continue to debate the use of facial recognition software, the COVID-19 pandemic has brought the value of this technology into fine focus. Now, face-scanning software developers are rushing to create reliable products that can not only recognize faces, but also detect personal protection equipment…

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Hacking news: why virtual teams need better video conferencing security

Hacking News: Why Virtual Teams Need Better Video Conference Security

By | Cybersecurity, Hacking, Managed Services, News & Updates, Training, Video Conferencing, Viruses, Trojans, Ransomware and other Malware

Businesses have never been so reliant on ensuring safe, reliable communication between mobile teams. With the current coronavirus pandemic, it is all the more critical to maintain contact and work together—without actually being together. Virtual teams must now implement collaboration strategy that includes one key element: secure video conferencing. Employees…

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Cybersecurity News: Russian Hackers Charged With $100 Million in Cyber Theft

Cybersecurity News: Russian Hackers Charged With Cyber Theft Worth $100 Million

By | Cybersecurity, Email Security, Hacking, News & Updates, Phishing, Training

Anyone who has been paying attention to the latest cybersecurity news might have noticed a big story breaking in early December. Two Russian hackers were indicted in what is considered to be the largest cybercrime spree in history. Maksim Yakubets and Igor Turashev are the leaders of Evil Corp, a…

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