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National Security Agency Issues Cybersecurity Guidance for Teleworkers

The National Security Agency (NSA) is a national-level intelligence agency of the United States Department of Defense, under the authority of the Director of National Intelligence. Recently, the NSA issued cybersecurity guidance for teleworkers to help improve security for remote work. Whilst many are focusing on the need to…

7 Best Practices to Secure Virtual Meetings

In most organizations, the only meetings happening right now are virtual meetings.  Thankfully, the National Institute of Standards and Technology has come up with some best practices for virtual meeting security.

Note: there are low, medium, and high risk conference calls based on the content. The higher the risk, the more of these steps you’ll…

HOW CAN IT SUPPORT A WORKFORCE IN CRISIS?

In just a short number of days, COVID-19 has completely transformed the work culture around the world. You may have never seen an acrylic sneeze guard or a thermometer gun before, but you almost certainly will now as they become essentials in workplaces across the world. Many businesses without…

7 Tips for Avoiding a #workfromhomefail

1. Colleagues can see your background.
As many people have learned the hard way, laptop cameras may capture more of your space than you’d like. If you’re fortunate enough to have a dedicated home office or workspace, then you probably don’t have to worry too much about what’s behind you,…

Can Healthcare Staff Work From Home?

In today’s workplace, more employees are working from home (WFH) than ever before. In fact, regular work-from-home has grown 173% since 2005, with 43% of workers being remote on a frequent basis.
Benefits of Working From Home
Based on studies representing a mix of other organizations, WFH…

3 Projects to Enhance Your Mass Notification System

1. 911 ALERTS
If someone calls 911 within your buildings, it’s important that the right people know an emergency is taking place. ACTIVATE One Touch Emergency Notification Solution can send notifications to select safety personnel or to an entire organization when someone dials 911 from a phone tied to their…

8 WAYS TO USE MASS NOTIFICATION TO MANAGE CORONAVIRUS UPDATES

1. Mass SMS Text Messages

With people offsite, mobile devices will become the primary method of communication. Delivering text messages to a device most people will be checking and using regularly will help keep them informed about any updates your organization needs to share.

2. Confirmation Responses

For organizations that want to…