Clearly defined goals and the right tools help ensure communication success
In a small company, keeping the lines of communication open with your employees might seem like a no-brainer. But if some or all of your team works remotely—in a branch office, on the road, or at home—staying in touch can seem like a full-time job. It doesn’t have to be. With the right tools and attitude, remote employees can stay productive and in touch with each other and their clients.
Here are five tips to improve communications with mobile workers:
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Tags: communication, mobile workers, remote, small business
Business-critical data should be secured at each point along its path—from remote devices to its destination
Although some security incidents are caused by malicious individuals, many data breaches are actually the result of a careless mistake or simple forgetfulness on the part of an employee that is then exploited by a hacker. An unsecured smartphone lost in the airport can allow anyone access to email accounts, for instance. Or a laptop with outdated antivirus software can easily be compromised by new attacks.
Regardless of how it happens, a data breach can suddenly put your company’s business-critical information at risk. With more information now in the cloud and places other than your own network, to fully protect your data, you need to make sure it’s secured in three places: on your employees’ devices, while in transit between those devices and the Internet, and at its destination, including possibly a service provider’s environment. Read More »
Tags: remote, security, vpn