Google Meet is launching a series of new features that aim to make the platform more competitive to Zoom, Microsoft Teams and other videoconferencing and collaboration solutions. The new features come as videoconferencing platforms enjoy a surge in use due to the rise of remote work amid the coronavirus pandemic. The company says the platform’s […]
As coronavirus-induced remote work stretches into the summer, workers are increasingly open to the idea of permanent remote work as 61% of respondents to an IBM study said they want to work from home for good. As of June 4, 45% out of 18,000 U.S. respondents to the survey said they were working remote, and […]
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Microsoft is reportedly working on a new online learning app in Microsoft Teams that will become available later this year. The new app – announced during the unveiling on a new digital skills initiative via a June 30 virtual event and on Microsoft’s official blog – will bring content together from a variety of sources […]
What types of cyberattacks were carried out this week, June 30, 2020? Read on to find out about the latest cyberattacks and who got hacked this week.
The technology business climate is showing signs of stabilizing, according to IT industry trade group CompTIA. Customer interest in cybersecurity, cloud computing and other areas could be an indicator of a business environment that is stabilizing in the wake of COVID-19, as 84% of tech firms are receiving new customer inquiries, which is up from […]
The University of California at San Francisco (UCSF) School of Medicine has paid hackers $1.14 million so the school could regain access to data that had been encrypted by ransomware. UCSF networks were attacked by Netwalker ransomware on June 1, and the attack was detected on June 3. “The data that was encrypted is important […]
This week, June 22- 26, 2020: temperature scanning platforms, contactless technology, evaluating employees, sound masking, and more.
One of the many lingering questions about adjusting to the new normal revolves around education and how we will continue to educate the world’s next leaders during a global pandemic. Higher education, like most the business world, has been conducted remotely for the last few months, but with learning over for most students, now is […]
Microsoft is warning users of increasing attacks on Exchange servers after picking up on a trend of advanced server compromise attacks in April. The company is urging users and organizations to apply the latest security patches, keep antivirus and cybersecurity software enabled, review roles and groups to ensure no unauthorized accounts have been added or […]