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7 Ways to Acknowledge Remote Employees

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There has been a dramatic increase in remote work in the past few years. While remote work has some exciting benefits, it can make the employees feel isolated. Acknowledging remote workers helps them feel like part of the team. This can seem daunting at first, but it's pretty simple. This article discusses seven ways to recognize remote employees for their work.

Why Hackers Are Targeting Schools and How to Prevent It

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In 2020, there was a 20% increase in cyberattacks on schools. Many of these incidents were significant: resulting in school closures, millions of stolen taxpayer dollars, and student data breaches directly linked to identity theft and credit fraud. But why target a school? And what do you need to know to keep your school community protected in 2022?

Cybersecurity: The Most Important Topic Your Team Can Learn About This Year

Teaching A Team About Cybersecurity
It's the 21st century. Our data is online, and hackers are constantly improving their craft. It's never been more important to be sure that your team is doing everything in their power to protect your business. There are plenty of resources to help you stay informed and keep up with the latest cybersecurity trends, but how do you turn that information into something useful and get your team involved? Here are a few tips that can help.

5 Myths and Misconceptions About Password Managers

Truth about password managers not myths or misconceptions
Everyone, from your colleague two cubicles down to the unsolicited emailer, has opinions about cybersecurity, and many are just trying to sell you something. There’s a lot of information flying around about password managers, but not all of it is true. Today we are going to dispel five common myths and misconceptions!

Remote Work Isn’t Just a Trend - It’s the Future

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The employment landscape has changed dramatically in just a few years. Employees are demanding remote work options, and governments are beginning to enact remote work legislation. It’s now on businesses to respond. There are risks to consider, but companies can reap the rewards by allowing remote work if they plan correctly. And they’d better do it because remote work isn’t just a trend - it’s the future.

Prepare for a Future with Freelancers

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Do you have to store client passwords? Of course, you do! The need to share login information is a reality of the modern workplace regardless of industry. As more companies move to flexible or fully remote work environments the tension between security and the ease of sharing passwords within a ...