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Work-from-home security has never been more important.
Not only is cybercrime on the rise now that scammers have more free time (and more people to pick on) but employees who’ve never worked from home before are now working in unfamiliar environments and with unfamiliar technologies.
If working from home is your new normal because of the Coronavirus pandemic, you must take cybersecurity seriously. Even a single slip-up could endanger you, your colleagues, and your entire company.
CoronaVirus has changed education forever.
Imagine a world where you could attend K-12 without setting foot in a classroom. A world where you could earn ANY degree from ANY institution ANYWHERE on Earth. And all from your laptop.
eLearning is nothing new. But #StayAtHome has forced mainstream education to not only accept eLearning but rely on it.
Online education will revolutionize everything from child education (and care!) to the entire university structure as we know it.
Summer seems to be finally on its way, a sign of brighter days ahead. Not only is this one of the most opportunistic times of the year, but this also makes for the perfect time to do a (digital) spring cleaning.
Perhaps you’ve taken the time, while working from home no less, to clean out your closet or de-clutter your home by throwing out unwanted furniture or downsizing on kitchen supplies.
Your physical space seems much more organized, but what about your digital space? How is your hard drive looking? Most probably, if you’re like me and thousands of other daily computer users, your device could use some tidying too.
Progress: it is something that we all strive for as human beings.
How we determine whether we are exceeding, or perhaps failing, in certain areas or aspects of our lives is what is often referred to as progress tracking.
The ways in which we determine progress are often up for debate and can lead to differences of opinion. But the main priority is this: we must strive to improve and become better overall for our own personal growth.
After all, evolution is progress. And where would we be as a species if we never learned to walk or let alone communicate?