Voice security is important. We’ve let you know a few things that can happen when you don’t encrypt your voice. But what can you do to protect your business from fraud and corporate espionage? We’ve interviewed security experts, Yoonseo Kang , from LegitChex to give insight on ways companies can protect their business voice systems from these potential vulnerabilities.
An article by Telecom Reseller recently came out about the “Skype for Business Security Threat Assessment & Analysis” which made it clear that despite a massive effort from Skype, there are always growing security vulnerabilities. Skype has been very good at quickly patching these vulnerabilities when found, but underground organizations have gotten good at hiding these vulnerabilities to maximize their profits for as long as possible before they are found. This constant battle between beefing up security and someone nefarious finding a crack makes it more evident the importance of secure encrypted voice.
Look at your smartphone, now back to BB-8, now back to your smartphone, now back to BB-8. Sadly, your smartphone isn’t BB-8, but in a few years it could be!
With the holidays around the corner, we can’t help thinking back to the good ol’ years. The holiday season makes us nostalgic and I can’t help but think of all my techy Christmas gifts that I’d be hoping and praying were under that Christmas tree. Needless to say, technology has come far and thinking back at some of my favorite gifts also makes me think about how far we’ve come. So without further ado, and in no particular order, here are some Outdated Devices That Make Us Feel Nostalgic.
The holidays are a time for giving and I have the perfect apps to enable you to give to a worthy cause. Nothing makes us feel quite as warm and fuzzy than knowing that we made the world a little bit better and here are 5 apps to do it!
Not long ago, the office was a physical location that you came to and did all of your work, however technology has blurred the lines of these brick-and-mortar walls and cubicle dividers. Mobile devices allow “anywhere” to become an office, provided you have access to an internet connection. Documents can be stored in the cloud providing access anywhere you go; business meetings can be conducted via video conferences; communications are widely accessible via email, messaging services, and cellular calls.
Great talent is hard to find and even harder to keep. Working with people that are consistent and dedicated, skilled, and always moving forward is key to success. Company culture, pay, transparency, potential for growth and autonomy all play a part in attracting and keeping the right team. But what about your office technology? Telecom too can influence how your team feels and performs, and how likely key members are to stay on board.
Everyone’s eyeing the millennial generation, third-party statistics in hand, wondering how this emerging demographic will impact the market. As much as businesses need to understand them as potential customers they need to know them as likely employees. Millennials will soon represent the majority of the workforce and -- surprise! -- they don’t view work the same way their predecessors did. And you better believe technology plays a role in how they want to make a living.
Each year brings a new selection of awesome office toys and gadgets that make work a little bit easier, a little more comfortable and a lot more fun. What better way to complement the high-tech platforms and applications of the modern office than with some handy office hardware?
Here is our list of innovative gadgets and desirable accessories that we’d love to see around our office come 2015 (and we bet you would too!).
With December comes the challenge of squeezing four weeks of work into three weeks or less. What better way to finish the year than to meet your deadlines and find yourself with genuine time off for the holidays? According to USA Today, one quarter of Americans will be working over the holidays, and that’s not counting the many of us in the business world that will be taking work home with us on our laptops, smartphones and tablets.