The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way we do business, perhaps forever. For small business owners, COVID-19 has brought new challenges, from supply chain disruptions to coronavirus protection measures…and of course, cybersecurity risks. More small businesses have had to go online, thus increasing security risks. With managed IT, cybersecurity can be improved.
Hackers are exploiting anxiety over COVID-19 with phishing scams that focus on using official looking emails that appear to relay COVID-related information. As more businesses turn to work from home or remote solutions, learn how to provide proper education to improve cybersecurity and minimize cyberthreats from phishing emails.
As schools scramble to find ways to reach their students during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, more districts are finding creative, low-tech ways to improve the remote learning experience for all students. Learn how schools are turning to outdoor Wi-Fi and 4G Chromebooks to reach students while observing social distancing.
The COVID-19 pandemic shows no signs of slowing, and companies are becoming increasingly concerned about protecting employees and customers from potential health hazards. Learn how using non-contact thermal scanners at your business entry point can help you keep employees and visitors safe.
If you want a way to spark creativity, invite collaboration, and watch your business’s productivity soar, you need to take a look at the versatile features available in Office 365’s SharePoint content management system. Learn how SharePoint can help your teams boost productivity and collaboration.
Risks associated with the COVID-19 crisis can be minimized if all people entering a business or building are wearing face masks & are screened to check for fever. Discover which type of temperature scanning device is best for your business—handheld scanner, standalone kiosk, or metal + temp scanning security gate.
In the era of COVID-19, schools are turning to temperature scanning and facial recognition cameras to protect their students and teachers from the virus. School officials must provide a safe environment for their students and teachers and protect them from all manner of threats. Not all threats are related to physical violence, however.
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…
Many companies have been forced to close their offices and have their employees work from home in response to the spread of COVID-19. Even as things are beginning to open up again, many are still working from home and some may continue to do so for the foreseeable future. The…
The spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus is encouraging many companies to have their employees work from home. To be more productive, home workers must have the right equipment—including the best computer monitor for the types of work they do. What Users Need in a Home Office Monitor A better computer…