Today we are in a golden age of televideo conferencing, with Zoom and GoToMeeting the norm for remote meetings and webinars. From your desk, you can connect for a face-to-face meeting with anyone who has Internet access. While this is ever-improving, let’s take a look back at how businesses have worked remotely over time.
As Massachusetts reopens, we listen to Boston Mayor Marty Walsh on the plan to reopen the financial hub that is the City of Boston.
Happy World Password Day from Direct iT! Here are a few helpful tips to make sure you aren't leaving the door wide open for hackers to gain access to your accounts.
What NOT TO DO:
Use the same password everywhere: This is critical to understand: if you use the same password for everything and one account gets compromised in a hack, your entire digital footprint and identity becomes compromised.
Did you apply to get part of the $350 billion being given out to businesses as part of the Paycheck Protection Program? Rather -- did you attempt to?
In the most unsurprising fashion, the amount of traffic trying to get through to apply crashed websites and tied up telephone wires (if they even use wires anymore.
Earlier this week, a New York Times piece warned against letting your pets drop into frame during a professional Zoom call. Immediately, the world took notice and set the record straight -- including your pets in video conferences is not only alright, but being encouraged.