(608) 755-1524 sales@computer-center.com
For all of its faults, it gives most hardworking people a chance to improve themselves economically, even as the deck is stacked in favor of the privileged few. Here are the choices most of us face in such a system: Get bitter or get busy.
Bill O’ Reilly

Covid-19 and Working Remotely
A How-To Technology Resource

Welcome to The Computer Center’s Covid-19 resource center for small businesses. Our focus is to provide you with the information you need to keep your business running, collaborate with your team, meet with customers, and make the best of the current situation by leveraging technology. Visit www.computer-center.com/covid19/ for access to more helpful information.

Tech Tip 33: Physical Security Matters!

IT Security Tip #36:
The Long-forgotten Piece of
Security for Road Warriors…

Do you connect to the office network or VPN (virtual private network) to get some work done in the evenings, on the weekends or when on the road? For many, the answer is yes.

One of the most frequently forgotten pieces of network security is making sure that personal devices used in employee homes conform to the standards in your office. Make sure your road warriors and remote workers have up-to-date antivirus software on the computers they are connecting in from and that a good firewall is in use when possible. Just know that it’s generally safe to connect into work from public hotspots as long as your office VPN is in use. The VPN secures the connection between the computer and the office. Remote login software such as GoToMyPC and others may not use the same type of security as your VPN and therefore may not be safe to connect from a public hotspot.

Microsoft Tips for Office

Translate Text On The Fly

In Word, select some text, right-click it, and then click Translate. Choose a language to see the translation. Click Insert to put it into your document.

Chat While You Edit

Keyboard Keys

Shortcut of the Week

Keep the Computer Safe from Malware

Every computer connected to the Internet needs to be protected from viruses so we recommend having some form of antivirus program installed and running on your computer. It’s also a good idea to have a malware detection program that could pickup any spyware or malware that an antivirus may not detect.

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/tuesdaytidbits/

Submit your TCC Tuesday Tidbit requests and ideas to me by calling (608) 755-1524.

Sincerely,

James Pearson, President The Computer Center 39 S. Main St. – Upper Janesville, WI 53545 (608) 755-1524