|Free Zoom And GoToMeeting Integrations to Help Remote Workers|
Calendly is offering free integrations with Zoom and GoToMeeting through June 30th to help remote workers endure the public health crisis.
As COVID-19 continues to sweep across the planet, more and more business professionals will shift to working from home.
"We hope this gesture will make your life just a little easier as we each do our part in these coming weeks," said Tope Awotona, CEO of Calendly.
To activate your Zoom or GoToMeeting integration, sign up for a free account at calendly.com and visit the integrations page.
Calendly will also be providing free premium plan access to researchers and teams helping to solve the COVID-19 crisis. Please email email@example.com for more information.
|Huddleup Takes Meeting Rooms to the Next Level|
Hypersign has released a new extension product to their base visual communications platform, Hypersign+, named Huddleup. Huddleup is designed for the meeting room environment to provide video conferencing, digital whiteboarding, live TV, screen mirroring, local hdmi, digital signage and emergency alerts all within the same package.
Designed to take meeting rooms to the next level, Huddleup increases meeting efficiency and effectiveness while integrating seamlessly with the Hypersign+ platform.
|Working from Home: Wi-Fi Security Tips for Remote Employees|
As companies enact aggressive work-from-home measures to limit the spread of COVID-19 among their employees, Inseego Corp. provides the following information to help remote workers stay secure.
- Wi-Fi access points are usually configured by default to broadcast the name of your wireless network -- known as the service set identifier, or SSID. Changing your settings to "hide" your SSID will help you avoid attracting the attention of opportunistic hackers.
- Use some variant of WPA (Wi-Fi Protected Access) -- either WPA or the newer WPA2 standard.
- Make sure that any password (or passphrase) that protects your Wi-Fi network is long and random so it can't be cracked by a determined hacker. Do not settle for the default settings.
- Establish a guest network for other users in your household, allowing them to connect to the internet without getting access to your company's network.