The right thing to do is to ask your IT department or provider to assist you by installing a secure, commercial-grade, file-sharing application.
With community spread of the disease declining for the last 11 days, D.C. looks certain to hit the 14-day mark that will allow a partial reopening.
Under D.C.'s Educational and Academic Retail Shops (EARS) pilot program, certain nonessential businesses can get waivers to offer pickup and curbside service through June 8.
Never access your online account with a PC or device that you use to log in to social media sites or free email accounts (like Hotmail) or to surf the web.
Once the foundation is in place, the next most important thing you can do is create an Acceptable Use Policy and train your employees on how to use company devices and other security protocols
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With businesses forced to use technology to support a remote workforce, It becomes extremely important to train your employees to spot phishing attempts.
The May meeting of the advisory neighborhood commission, on Monday, May 4, at 6:30 p.m., will be held online via Zoom. You can also join the meeting by telephone.