Here are some ways you can decide whether to trust a website link or page in a web browser and tell when things smell phishy. Taking the time to look for signs of a hack attempt in links and websites is like washing your hands; it helps keep you and your co-workers safe, and every adult should know how to do it.
Bellwether Technology President Steven Ellis joins It's New Orleans and the Out to Lunch Podcast to discuss online threats and cybersecurity. Give it a listen for some up to date information on how hackers and scammers are targeting businesses.
Parker Bordeaux: a geographic information systems expert with a penchant for the visual arts
Parker Bordeaux, a New Orleans native, joined Bellwether off the heels of completing his undergraduate degree in December 2014. At Vanderbilt, as a math major, Parker found a true passion in problem-solving, something he wished to carry into his career.
Too often an IT company will take on more clients than they can reasonably handle. They price managed services too low to be able to staff appropriately and find themselves unable to deliver on promises made to their clients and to their employees.
In part 1 we examined what is going on behind the scenes of an understaffed managed IT company.
Best practices for Remote Meetings
Before you run out and buy an ultra HD camera and noise cancelling headsets, try these remote meetings tips to get the most out of the equipment that you already own.
Tip #1. Test every earpiece & microphone combination.
Any IT frustration that you are feeling can always be traced back to this, your IT company is understaffed
Does any of this sound familiar?
I’m tired of seeing the same issues.
We have new employees starting, but their computers aren’t ready.
Work from home is the new normal.
For many, it is likely to continue to some degree long after the COVID-19 crisis. Here are 8 cybersecurity work from home tips to protect yourself digitally.
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COVID-19 has presented your IT department with a great opportunity
After spending the last few weeks managing work-from-home requests, it is time for IT departments to take advantage of empty offices and quiet networks. Often times, important items are overlooked or put off, because of concerns over user impact.