Our Louisville Geek Business Development is always on the hunt for the next great software solution that is feature-rich and doesn’t cost an arm and a leg.
Like many of you, the COVID-19 pandemic has altered the way we do business. “Healthy at Work,” Kentucky’s phased plan to reopen the economy, has left many small businesses confused about the specific actions we all must take to comply with state regulations.
We certainly don’t claim to have all the answers, but have carefully studied the state and local rules and compliance requirements needed to remain open, and have shifted our policies to remain compliant.
The “Best Places to Work in Louisville” is an annual program that recognizes the area’s best employers while also providing valuable employee feedback to that organization. It’s a barometer for how it’s employees feel about working there and one of the highest compliments that can be paid. For the second year in a row Louisville Geek is recognized as one of the “Best Places to Work” in Louisville.
As working from home continues to be the norm for many of us these days, you may be looking for new ways to increase your productivity and save you time. Many of us are becoming more familiar with Microsoft Teams by the day, so asked our team to compile their top 5 most useful shortcuts in Teams and explained how and why to use them.
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to force the majority of us to work from home, we’ve received numerous questions from our customers about what hardware they should be using in their home office, which is why we asked our very own Rob Diehl to put together some recommendations for our readers.
Ever since the coronavirus pandemic, 5G has been a hot topic for a variety of reasons. If you’ve been following the news lately, you’re probably familiar with the conspiracy theories that blame 5G telecommunications technology caused or exasperated the spread of COVID-19. There is no evidence to support these claims and that’s not the purpose of this article. The real reason it’s such a hot topic is that the technology will, without doubt, transform the way we live and work in the not-too-distant future.
A brief update on the rise in cybercrime during the COVID-19 pandemic, the security issues Zoom users are experiencing, and the rebranding initiative Microsoft is working through with Office 365.
Cybercriminals are leveraging the hype and hysteria linked with the growing COVID-19 pandemic as a tool to steal passwords and data.
The reality of canceled events, restricted travel, school closures, and appropriate work procedures is setting in. With the necessity of strong public measures to hinder the exponential spread of the novel coronavirus sweeping the world, like those introduced by our own Governor Andy Beshear, many questions are left unanswered. For our team, this means potentially working remotely to support the businesses we assist daily and helping them prepare for the potential challenges of working remotely themselves.