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    You have probably already come across the term multi-factor authentication. The concept is not new, but has caught on really quick of late. In this post, we will discuss what multi-factor authentication is and why you should be adopting it. What is multi-factor authentication? Multi-factor authentication is basically the use of more than one credential to gain access to data. It is...

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            This may be the single biggest concern you may have to address when looking at WFH. When your employees are working in your offices, you control their methods of access to company data. For example, when they are on-site, they access through a network you have secured. They visit via tablets, PCs and mobile devices that your IT department maintains....

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    As you are surely aware, working from home (WFH) has been the primary way that white collar, office-based jobs are being handled during stay-at-home rules. As everything began to shut down with the virus, WFH--what used to be called “telecommuting,” became the only safe option for work to be conducted. For companies that had already been utilizing WFH policies, they probably...

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    Work From Home, also commonly known as telecommuting, is a fairly general term that encompasses a range of workplace policies. Most generally, it refers to a policy permitting an employee to work from home (or any other approved remote location-the range of acceptable locations will differ depending on the organization’s policies). Beyond that WFH may or not be restrictive regarding working...

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    Today’s blog is a look at three different issues that don’t get much coverage in discussions of the implementation of a WFH policy. Much of the conversation tends to focus on productivity and oversight issues. Here are three you should consider. WiFi Once your employees move off-site and WFH, or anywhere else for that matter, very serious data security issues arise. Whether...

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