COVID-19 Update: Cyber Crime, Zoom, and the Office 365 Rebranding Effort
Even though the pandemic has forced the majority of our employees to work from a remote setting, we’ve remained fully operational throughout this pandemic and are continuing to support the technology initiatives and projects of our customers.
Unfortunately, the COVID-19 crisis has created a prime opportunity for enterprise cybercriminals to prey upon people forced to work at home, and we’ll do our best to continue sharing news that is relevant to you and your business.
Beyond the resources we’ve curated below, please do not hesitate to reach out if there is anything you need. Simply contact us by phone at 502.897.7577 or email [email protected].
Be Careful Using Zoom
During the coronavirus, many schools and companies adopted Zoom to conduct online lessons or video, but concerns about security and privacy have led to a ban on the video conferencing software across the U.S., including Google, NASA, and The United States Senate. Many of these organizations are switching to Microsoft Teams, a more secure alternative. If your organization is interested in utilizing Microsoft Teams during the coronavirus lockdown, we are offering a Free, Six-Month Trial of the software.
Office 365 Is Turning Into Microsoft 365
Starting April 21, Microsoft’s Office 365 will be renamed Microsoft 365. For those that have been following, this rebrand is a natural evolution. This is a change to the product name only. The changes will happen automatically and there are no pricing or feature changes at this time. To learn more about this, please click here.