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10 tips to stay secure when shopping on Black Friday (and the rest of the year!)

Black Friday is upon us – and with it, the traditional bonanza of people shopping online. Both retailers and fraudsters stand ready to grab your log-in information, your email, your home address, phone number – and of course, your credit card information. It’s a bonanza for identity thieves. Numerous reports say cyber criminals are poised …

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Twitter Bitcoin hack highlights criminal social engineering

It’s all over the news: Hackers gained access to high profile Twitter accounts belonging to celebrities such as Jeff Bezos, Bill Clinton, Barack Obama – even the Apple corporate account. The hacked accounts urged people to send bitcoin to support a fake good cause. Twitter responded by locking the affected accounts. While some news reports …

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Is your technology helping you survive the pandemic?

Amid a pandemic causing great uncertainty, businesses seek ways to cope with unexpected lockdowns and customer fears. One quality all organizations need now – and for the long-term – is resilience. Right now, many business owners are assessing their financial resilience. They are shifting focus from “Just in Time” to “Just in Case,” the Wall …

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ImageQuest discusses VPN vs. DaaS in KY Banker Magazine

In the latest edition of Kentucky Banker Magazine (Spring 2020), we discussed the problems a VPN (Virtual Private Network) can present when an entire office works from home. There are drawbacks related to ensuring and documenting compliance, bandwidth bottlenecks, and security issues. Our article also explains how other solutions can resolve those security and compliance …

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The Big Pivot: Reviewing our space needs post pandemic

Is your organization going through The Big Pivot? That’s what we’ve been calling this new era of employees working from home due to COVID-19. Now restrictions are lifting. We’re wondering: Who else is reassessing their 2020 plans in terms of staffing and square footage? ImageQuest certainly is experiencing The Big Pivot. While we already knew …

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ImageQuest offering free webinar on technology for remote work

As May advances, our country wraps up the largest-ever work-from-home experiment. The next phase is about whether organizations rethink their office space. The Wall Street Journal (paywall) offered a mix of possibilities Saturday – everything from companies letting teams continue to work-from-home and returning to suburban office parks, where they can afford to spread out. …

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Daily calls keep ImageQuest team focused – and connected

ImageQuest’s CEO Milton Bartley instituted a daily 9 a.m. CDT company-wide check-in call when COVID-19 restrictions took effect in March. During the calls we learn how everyone’s doing (no COVID-19 illnesses so far, thank goodness!!!) Sometimes, Milton provides company updates. Sometimes we hear about co-workers’ above and beyond efforts. Sometimes we chat about what all …

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Aluminum Resources keeps on shipping through COVID-19

Aluminum Resources brokers aluminum ingots for the casting industry and aluminum scrap for the recycling industry. They have been a client of ours almost since ImageQuest began. In normal times Aluminum Resources is busy receiving aluminum ingots, scrap aluminum wheels, and other products at its Smyrna, Tenn., location, and shipping them back out to its …

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Did you take these security steps during #WFH?

The U.S. Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) warned this week that the rush by many organizations to work-at-home might have left security vulnerabilities unaddressed, specifically with Microsoft Office 365. “Due to the speed of these deployments, organizations may not be fully considering the security configurations of these platforms,” the agency said in an alert …

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