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Urgent E911 – Kari’s Law and Ray Baum’s Act

[fa icon="calendar'] April 6, 2020 - Written by Jaymes Krueger
Posted in Intelligent Networks, Security

President Trump signed two separate Enhanced 911 (E911) changes into law in 2018. Both are designed to improve Americans’ access to emergency services regardless of the underlying voice communications platform. Complying with these changes may involve additional licensing and other expenses in 2020.

 

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March 2020 Microsoft, Adobe, and Cisco CVEs & Security Updates

[fa icon="calendar'] March 31, 2020 - Written by Jason Smith
Posted in Security, Managed Services, Disaster Recovery, Data Protection

CVE’s, Patches, and Security Updates - Learn what’s happening with your cyber security amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

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5 Charitable Things We Can Do to Help during the Coronavirus Crisis

[fa icon="calendar'] March 25, 2020 - Written by Internetwork Engineering
Posted in Company News, business continuity

As COVID-19 has shifted from epidemic to pandemic status, precautionary action has become essential to reduce the spread of the virus. Now more than ever, we must find ways to support each other from a distance and help those in need using digital means. Local businesses are embracing ‘grab and go’ methods, while more and more corporate companies have adopted video conferencing software like Webex. Outside of work, families living separately have become acquainted with FaceTime and Skype to stay connected. 

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Coronavirus: How to Prepare Your Team for Phishing Attacks

[fa icon="calendar'] March 25, 2020 - Written by Jason Smith
Posted in Mobility, Security, Technology, Data Protection

 

The coronavirus pandemic is pushing companies and their employees online as remote work becomes the new norm (at least for the time being). It’s an opportune time for scammers looking to sell your data and make no mistake, they are using every trick in the book to get your information.

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Collaboration Technologies for Productivity during Travel Restrictions

[fa icon="calendar'] March 20, 2020 - Written by Marty Jefferson
Posted in Mobility, Collaboration, Managed Services, Technology, business continuity

Many companies are already experiencing the inconvenience of travel restrictions caused by the coronavirus (COVID-19). You’ve likely seen it on the news: event cancellations, travel bans, and more companies requiring their employees to work from home until the effects of this pandemic are under control. Maybe your company has already implemented travel restrictions. If that’s the case, or if you think it will happen soon, do you have a communication strategy in place to support your remote employees and keep the business running smoothly?

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