10 Things I know about … Working from home

By Michelle Drolet . 8 Jun 2020

10) Zooming out. Video conferencing is a two-edged sword; while a boon to nurture group discussion, the degree of focus paid to a small screen while feeling self-conscious (how’s my hair?) can oversaturate users. People are now reporting Zoom fatigue, citing anxiety. Identify mental health and grief counsellors who can step in during these COVID-19 … Continue reading 10 Things I know about … Working from home

Five Things To Keep In Mind Before Adopting A Zero Trust Security Approach

By Michelle Drolet . 5 Jun 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has brought about a seismic shift in how the world goes to work. Apart from essential services, remote work is the new normal, mandated everywhere — even in organizations that never previously offered remote work options. Lack of VPN infrastructure or its ability to scale, legacy systems that were never designed for remote work, … Continue reading Five Things To Keep In Mind Before Adopting A Zero Trust Security Approach

Securing Your Remote Workforce In The New Norm

By Michelle Drolet . 5 May 2020

These are unprecedented times. As companies scramble for business continuity, millions of workers around the world are forced to adapt to a workplace culture dubbed as the world’s largest work-from-home experiment. But there is a steep price to be paid for this change — weakened cybersecurity. With more and more people working from home, the attack … Continue reading Securing Your Remote Workforce In The New Norm

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