Now more than ever, companies don't have room for error when it comes to ensuring quality skillsets of new employees. Do inflated skill sets or "alternatively factual job skills" ring a bell? Keeping a lid on risk and seeing a potential hire in action are your go-to's for best outcomes.
Why Every Hiring Process Should Include A Skills Assessment
4 Main culprits of slow Internet on your Smartphone
Are the apps or websites you visit on your mobile phone loading more slowly than usual? If you’re encountering such problems, the issue likely has to do with your internet connection than with your device. Take a look at the four main culprits of a slow internet connection on your mobile device.
How Office Delve works
More and more small- to medium-sized businesses (SMBs) are relying on Microsoft 365 as their productivity suite of choice. When this software solution was released years ago, the developers touted it as the ideal tool to help employees become more productive, collaborate more efficiently, and complete tasks on time.
Business & IT Lessons From The Covid-19 Pandemic
It’s safe to say that no business owner was totally prepared for the massive impact of Covid-19 on a wide range of business functions. It has now been almost a year since the pandemic caused businesses to lock down and send employees to work from home.
Leverage your mobile device’s biometrics authentication capabilities
We live in an era of ramped up cyber criminality. Nowadays, attackers don’t just target big corporations and businesses, they also target individuals, so you should use every resource to protect your data. One excellent example is biometrics authentication in mobile devices.
Improve customer data collection with these tips
As businesses continue to use more apps and tools that allow them to collect, store, and process customer information, the amount of data in their systems grows exponentially. However, not all of the collected information is important or even useful.
Ransomware – Before, During & After
Before During and After Ransomware attacks
We all have heard of one of the most popular cyberattacks used in today’s business environment – ransomware. What type of attack it is, how it is obtained, how to get it off your machines if you’re attacked, and how to prevent it from happening to your organization – we’ve got answers for you! Watch our quick video here, or see our Q & A below.
Avoid These 5 Bad Business Security Practices
Many small- and mid-sized businesses struggle to protect their data, often neglecting a critical component in their security strategy. If your organization still follows one or more of these bad security practices, correct them as soon as possible.
Open wireless networks
With just one main internet line and a couple of wireless routers, an entire office can get online.
Employees Most Susceptible to Phishing Attacks
We might be prone to considering breaches caused primarily by cybercriminals hacking corporate networks. But data show - especially in the case of phishing attacks - are most often facilitated unknowingly by employees or insiders. In fact, the most recent Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report (DBIR) revealed that 30 percent of breaches are caused by an internal actor.
WiFi router features you need to keep in mind
Wireless routers are essential for operating a modern business. These allow one network connection to essentially be split into many and then shared by different users and devices — usually over a Wi-Fi connection. If you are looking for a new Wi-Fi router for your office, there are some important features you should be aware of.