What Computer Repair Can Be Done Remotely?

There are many problems with isolation. We don’t want to get you started. We know it’s true, but one issue we can help with is computer repair. Yes, there are problems with your home devices that we can address remotely.
Perhaps before sheltering in place you were willing to make do, or you’re only facing challenges now. You’re working at home, kids are online learning, and you’re sharing the same computer.
You need to remain connected to the world and continue working, but you don’t want someone to come into your house to check your computer, and you’re not keen on going out to wait in line at a computer repair shop. Fortunately, with technology today, it’s much easier for IT experts to resolve computer issues remotely.
Remote Repair of Home Computers
There are many common computer issues that we can help address remotely. We’ll start out by sending you a link to download a tool that gives us remote access and control of your computer. Please know that we value our customers’ privacy. Even with this tool, we’ll still be able to access the computer only when you allow us to. (more…)

Run effective meetings with Microsoft Teams

Run effective meetings with Microsoft Teams


This video is a virtual class on running meetings with Microsoft Teams, led by a Microsoft training specialist. In this class, you’ll learn how to schedule and manage Teams meetings end-to-end. You’ll see how to access meetings and content easily and assess which devices will work best. The video also covers how to use Teams before, during, and after your meeting to create the best experience for your remote team.

7 Strategies to Secure Work from Home

People worldwide are working from home. The move to remote work came quickly. But continuing business as usual isn’t the only priority. The sudden shift to remote work doesn’t ease the need to:
– Protect personally identifiable information – Secure valuable business data – Prevent unauthorized access – Remain compliant
Locking down business done offsite, on many different devices, is more challenging.
Onsite, you likely have workstation monitoring, firewalls, unified threat management appliances and more. Plus, a dedicated IT team providing comprehensive security.
At home your employees may be using personal computers, laptops, tablets, or smartphones — of any brand. Potential pitfalls include users:
– Working on devices without protections installed – Connecting on unsecured wireless networks – Using outdated operating systems – Failing to backup securely – Sharing files externally – Blurring the lines between personal and professional use
Address the challenges of protecting the work from home environment with our “7 Strategies to Secure Work from Home” ebook.
The right technology and cybersecurity policies make a big difference. Educating your employees in security awareness is important too. The seven suggestions in our informative guide help make work from home more viable, reliable, safe and secure.
Download  7-Strategies-Secure-Work-Home today to rethink cybersecurity for the current environment.

4 tips for working from home with Microsoft Teams

4 tips for working from home with Microsoft Teams

This blog outlines four best practices for working from home and using Teams to make your remote work productive. Tips include details on making the most of your virtual meetings, reminders on being inclusive, advice on using chats to collaborate, and information on customizing your workspace.

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Remote staff meeting with Teams

Remote staff meeting with Teams


It’s easy to meet through Microsoft Teams. You can invite others to meet right now, or you can schedule a future meeting through the calendar tab. Participants can take notes, invite others, share content, and even record the meeting for team members to watch later. After each meeting, all the notes, recordings, shared files, and conversations are available for future reference. Teams takes the stress out of scheduling, organizing and recording meetings, so you can focus on content and collaboration. Even better, Office 365 and Teams A1 is free to educators right now!