Enterprise tech and unified communication and collaboration (UCC) company LogMeIn is expanding its emergency remote work offerings to help K-12 schools shift to remote learning as schools are closed due to the coronavirus pandemic. In an announcement earlier this week, the company said its Emergency Remote Work Kits are being expanded to include GoToConnect, the […]
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Wire and cable installation solution company Platinum Tools has launched its new HPH J-Hooks, a new line of high-performance hybrid hooks designed for a variety of applications. The hooks — designed for high-performance cables like Cat6a, Cat7, and fiber optics — feature a smooth, radiused 2-inch wide base with no pressure points. They’re UL listed, […]
In order to help teachers keep students on task throughout the school day when they are at learning at home, Impero Software Impero Education Pro web-based software free for the remainder of the school year to districts that do not already have remote monitoring software in place. The cross-platform product combines tools for online safety, […]
As schools become increasingly reliant on technology for teaching and learning, it is putting them at greater risk for cybersecurity incidents, which is apparent in the findings of a new cybersecurity report. “The State of K-12 Cybersecurity: 2019 Year in Review,” released by the K-12 Cybersecurity Resource Center, found there were 348 cybersecurity incidents reported at 336 K-12 […]
Although more cybercriminals have been capitalizing on coronavirus fears, at least some ransomware gangs say they will forgo targeting healthcare facilities during the COVID-19 crisis. BleepingComputer reached out to operators of the Maze, DoppelPaymer, Ryuk, Sodinokibi/REvil, PwndLocker and AKO Ransomware infections to see if they would continue attacking health and medical organizations during the pandemic. DoppelPayer told BleepingComputer […]
If Microsoft is faced with any cloud capacity constraints in any region during the COVID-19 crisis, top priority will go to first responders, health and emergency management services, critical government infrastructure and keeping remote workers up and running. In an Azure blog post, Microsoft said it has developed clear criteria for the priority of new […]
If your IT department could use a refresher on the basics or onboard new technicians, now is a good time if have a lot of downtime due to COVID-19. Thanks to information technology trade organization CompTIA, that entry-level educational opportunity is now free. The organization is making its online course on the fundamentals of IT […]
While internet usage grows as a result of COVID-19 quarantines, working hours lengthen, and U.S. infrastructure should be able to get the job done.
A recently passed bill bans government money from buying tech equipment from Huawei for American companies.
Would you recognize a smart city if you saw one? For all the talk about smart cities over the past decade, there’s actually very little agreement about what they should look like. Candidates that have been touted as smart city examples are remarkably different from one another. There are some who even believe that the […]