Securing your remote workforce

Securing your remote workforce

Securing your remote workforce in these tumultuous times Everyone is now facing a big challenge with the sudden changes due to COVID-19. As an IT Security Manager, going from having on-site workers every day to having the majority of the…
working from home

8 steps to stay safe while working from home

Working From Home If you are just starting your journey as a remote worker, additional security measures need to be taken by you while relying on remote access to the organization. These security measures will help you keep your company and…
Working from home
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Working from home - Remote-access security checklist

When societal disruption occurs, enabling a work-from-home option is essential for business continuity. But in the effort to keep workers productive and the business running, hastily extending a remote work option can leave your organization…
Smart Home Istallation

How to Plan for a Smart Home

Are you thinking about starting up a smart home? Great! But don’t jump directly in without a plan. That’s how you end up making common smart home beginner mistakes. Instead, before buying anything, you should ask yourself a few common-sense…
How to deal with buffering on your TV
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How to deal with buffering on your TV

In a big game, every moment matters. A couple of seconds of buffering during a playoff game could be the difference between seeing a game-winning touchdown live and hearing about it on the group text. So, why does my streaming video stutter? Unfortunately,…
How to protect your router from Malware
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How to check if your Router has Malware

We talk a lot about software designed to attack our smartphones and computers, but it turns out your router might also be at risk. That's right. The home router market is a lot like the Android smartphone market. Manufacturers are…
What is WiFi Channel Width
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What is WiFi channel width?

Does your WiFi signal keep dropping, or are you continually fighting with slow network speeds? If either of these situations sounds familiar, there's a high probability your wireless network is experiencing interference. The good news is…