Welcome to My TechDecisions Week in Review, where we round up the most important stories you might have missed this week, May 11-15, 2020. Read on to find out what’s happening this week:
Biometrics: The Future of Access Control
Combining physical and logical access control technology delivers a higher level of security, granting companies the ability to limit and monitor access.
Secure IoT Platforms Tech Installers Recommend
Truly secure IoT platforms can be hard to identify. Here are some tips for tech decision-makers, along with installer-improved platform recommendations.
Collaboration Solutions Are Now Crucial To Any Organization
Collaboration technologies can help your organization work more efficiently and effectively both internally and with customers and clients.
Webinar: Move Over BYOD, It’s Time To Bring Your Own Meeting
Bring Your Own Meeting is a natural extension of BYOD that allows end users to utilize UC platforms they’re most comfortable with. Learn more in our June 10th webinar.
Report: Cyber Criminals Are Forging Zoom, Teams, Meet Domains
According to Check Point Research, cybercriminals are forging domains for Zoom, Microsoft Teams, Slack and Google Meet to conduct phishing attacks.
How IT Can Ensure Collaboration for Remote Work
TechDecisions spoke with Prasad Ramakrishnan, CIO of Freshworks, to learn more about the role of IT departments in fostering collaboration during the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond.
Facebook Rolls Out Videoconferencing Service Messenger Rooms
Facebook has started rolling out Messenger Rooms, its consumer-based answer to Zoom, Google Meet, WebEx, GoToMeeting and Microsoft Teams.
LinkedIn’s Virtual Events Can Help You Stay Connected To Your Professional Community
LinkedIn has announced a new virtual events solution that enables organizations to stay connected with their communities and meet customer during COVID-19.
NewsGuard, Now Free on Microsoft Edge, Can Help You Make Informed Decisions
News credibility rating service NewsGuard is now free for Microsoft Edge users as tech industry fights misinformation on COVID-19.