|Team.Video Helps Companies Improve Their Remote Meetings|
Plectica LLC, has launched Team.Video, a video conference platform designed to inspire increased engagement in meetings and empower organizations to measure and improve the health of their meeting culture. Virtual workforces brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic have increased the need for better remote collaboration tools. While existing video conferencing tools have kept work teams connected, they have also led to employee fatigue as many meetings lack the right purpose, people and participation.
Team.Video improves the overall workflow of remote meetings and is designed for teams that aspire to conduct remote meetings based on mutual trust, equitable involvement and genuine collaboration. This approach is successful in facilitating meetings that are efficient and productive as well as enjoyable and motivating for everyone involved.
|Heilind Now Offers Compact, High-Gain LTE/5G Cellular Antennas for Connected Smart Devices and High-Performance Networks|
Heilind Electronics, an authorized distributor for Molex, has expanded its portfolio of wireless solutions with off-the-shelf LTE/5G cellular external hinged antennas. Molex antennas are designed for a wide range of applications, including IoT (Internet of Things), automotive, consumer electronics and medical devices.
The hinged type antennas provide excellent coverage and reliability with high efficiency and peak gain. LTE/5G cellular antennas are offered in both black/white and male/female options and are designed for a variety of wireless and networking applications.
|Work-From-Home Cyber Security Risks: Three Ways to Protect Your Network|
Responding to the rapid increase in work-from-home cyber security incidents at small and midsized businesses (SMBs), DIGIGUARD is now focusing its Cyber Threat Protection Services on remote workforce IT security. The FBI has seen a 400 percent increase in cybersecurity attack complaints since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. According to DIGIGUARD's Harvey Yan, "IT security works best with strategically planned layers of comprehensive protection." At a minimum, Yan urges SMBs do three things:
- Secure and update network perimeter defenses along with endpoints that access the network such as computers, laptops and mobile phones.
- Back up and secure business data for recovery in the event of a cyberattack or system failure.
- Train employees to recognize and avoid cyber threats such as malware and phishing attacks.