A satisfied customer is the best business strategy of allMichael LeBoeuf
IT Security Tip #7: Never Use PERSONAL Devices to Connect to COMPANY Data
You’re a hardworking team player who likes to check e-mail and get a few things done after hours – all good! But here’s something you might not know: you should never access company data, file servers or applications through personal devices and home PCs that are not properly monitored by us. Why?
If you and your kids are using a home PC to play games, access Facebook and surf the web AND you’re not diligently updating and monitoring the antivirus software, firewall and security patches on the machine (and who does, honestly?), then there’s a high probability you’re infected with spyware or malware. Since most malware is designed to operate in total stealth mode undetected, you won’t know that some hacker is watching you log in to your company’s file server or key cloud application containing critical, sensitive data and capturing your login with a key logger. Bottom line, ONLY use company-approved devices that are properly protected and monitored to access company data; and if you just can’t help but take work home, let us know so we can set you up with a SECURE way to work remote or from home.
PowerPoint: Hyperlinks in Living Color
Hyperlinks aren’t just blue anymore. Change the color to match your mood or design. Just select the link and click Home > Font Color. Choose any color you like. What’s your favorite color?
Shortcut of the Week
You can set your browser to full screen mode, hiding the toolbars and address bar, by pressing the F11 key. To change the browser window back, press F11 again.
Have an unfortunate co-worker that’s not getting a copy of the TCC Tuesday Tidbits? Forward them your copy. Or, better yet, have them sign up at https://computer-center.com/tidbits/
Submit your TCC Tuesday Tidbit requests and ideas to me by calling (608) 755-1524.
James Pearson, President
The Computer Center
One Parker Pl, Ste. #655
Janesville, WI 53545