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Read: Racist ‘Zoombombs’ Disrupt University’s Virtual Graduation

Racist ‘Zoombombs’ Disrupt University’s Virtual Graduation

Oklahoma City University’s virtual commencement ceremony replaced the in-person event, which was cancelled due to COVID-19.

Read: NYC Department of Education Reverses Zoom Ban

NYC Department of Education Reverses Zoom Ban

Zoom worked with the department of education to address the safety issues associated with the platform.

Read: NSA Releases Security Criteria for Meeting Platforms

NSA Releases Security Criteria for Meeting Platforms

The U.S. National Security Agency has published a security assessment of 13 popular communication and collaboration platforms.

Read: Survey: Nearly 1 in 2 Organizations Not Prepared for Increasing Coronavirus Cyber Attacks

Survey: Nearly 1 in 2 Organizations Not Prepared for Increasing Coronavirus Cyber Attacks

Only half of cybersecurity professionals say they’re prepared for the rise in hacking incidents during the COVID-19 crisis.

Read: Zoom Releases Zoom 5.0, Adds New Security Features

Zoom Releases Zoom 5.0, Adds New Security Features

Zoom is working to regain public trust as it releases Zoom 5.0, a new version of the popular videoconferencing app that includes security upgrades.

Read: 10 Quarantine Tips for Employee Wellness and Success

10 Quarantine Tips for Employee Wellness and Success

In order to be efficient while working from home during quarantine, we must largely focus on mental health and establishing good habits.

Read: Survey: COVID-19 Will Have a Lasting Impact on Remote Work Trends

Survey: COVID-19 Will Have a Lasting Impact on Remote Work Trends

Many organizations forced into remote work by the coronavirus will continue with the trend in the post-pandemic economy.

Read: How to Protect Your Home Network from Cyberattacks

How to Protect Your Home Network from Cyberattacks

With so many campus employees and students working and studying from home during the COVID-19 crisis, home network protection is critical. Here’s how you can stay safe while working and studying online while social distancing.

Read: NYC Schools Ban Zoom Use Over Security, Privacy Issues

NYC Schools Ban Zoom Use Over Security, Privacy Issues

Teachers are being encouraged to switch from Zoom to Microsoft Teams for their online courses.

Read: LogMeIn Expands Emergency Kits for K-12 Schools With Free UCC Platform

LogMeIn Expands Emergency Kits for K-12 Schools With Free UCC Platform

LogMeIn’s Emergency Remote Work Kits are being expanded to include GoToConnect, the company’s cloud phone and UCC platform.

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