All businesses, small and large and everything in between, are being attacked by cybercriminals every day. Ensuring your organization is as shored up as it can be against cyberattacks is a critical focus for us at The Fulcrum Group, so we've prepared an easy-to-read guide on the 9 Most Terrifying Types of Malware for you.
If you missed this week's virtual Lunch & Learn event on Cybersecurity Best Practices for local government, we've got it right here for you!
Fulcrum Group and leader in cybersecurity operations, Arctic Wolf teamed up for this event, covering information on the following topics - check out our YouTube channel for the event in its entirety!
Real-world cybersecurity incident analysis
What's At Risk?
Challenges specific to your cybersecurity
Cybersecurity basics and advanced practices
Criminal Justice Information Systems (CJIS) Public Safety Minimum Requirements - starting points
Discussion with Jim Johnson of Arctic Wolf ("Breach Lessons Learned" - real world cybersecurity analysis)
And, as always, reach out if you have questions!
One issue with working from home - no printer or scanner. OneDrive solves the scanning part by adding scanning capability right from your mobile device.
Contact The Fulcrum Group if you'd like to learn more about Microsoft 365's OneDrive and how it can assist your teams.
Password managers solve an important security problem for businesses.
3 ways password managers can improve your team's productivity & Security:
Auto login gives your team fast access to sites and services.
Stronger password generation - they can provide suggestions for stronger passwords that can help prevent future attacks, improving your business security.
Adding Audio such as music and voiceovers to your PowerPoint presentations can improve the professionalism of your presentations, making them more memorable, so you can win more business.
Reach out to us today to explore more features of Microsoft 365! Find other helpful tech tips on our blog and on our various YouTube Playlists.
It is more critical than ever that we're able to access the tools we need to do our jobs. If you or your team need to work remotely, Microsoft Office 365 has got your back.
Find other helpful tech tips on our blog and on our various YouTube Playlists.
One of the challenges of this past year of Work From Home has been training employees to use new, unfamiliar software to do their jobs remotely. If you (or your team members) have struggled with this, you are not alone!
Reach out to us if you would like assistance.
Today, The Fulcrum Group is excited to premier our new Office 365 Micro Tech Tips!
Our Office 365 Micro Tech Tip series features 3 minutes-or-less video tips on how to do cool stuff in Office 365, presented by a Fulcrum Group team member. A few times a month, we'll share quick micro-servings of easily consumable, helpful information on how to get the most from Office 365. Be on the lookout for these regularly - we hope you'll share them with your team, colleagues and others to enhance everyone's grasp of Office 365!
Without further adieu, here's today's Office 365 Micro Tech Tip: Getting The Most From Cortana's Daily Briefing.
Have you seen Apple’s new AirTags to track where your stuff is? We can see them being handy on suitcases, keys and all sorts of things. Will you get any?
Here's a quick breakdown.
Should I buy an Apple AirTag?
Sure, if you:
Want clear directions to misplaced items
The Precision Finding feature makes it far easier to locate misplaced items than just listening for the sound of the AirTag, thanks to the on-screen directions and distance countdown, and it’s currently the only location tracker on the market that offers such a feature
Are concerned about privacy
Apple has embedded several privacy features into AirTags to ensure they can’t be misused; from having your iPhone or iPad alert you if an unknown AirTag is travelling around with you, to ensuring that you can’t set up an AirTag on behalf of anyone else.
The Covid-19 pandemic forced the immediate transition to a remote work scenario for many businesses. This resulted in an increase in the importance of cybersecurity, resulting in cybersecurity becoming the foundation of business and brand.
What's behind cybersecurity's predominance? Here are a few reasons:
We moved to an almost entirely remote life - many users working from home, and using their own devices.