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4 Tips to Bolster Security in Your Home + New Phishing Scams
By Amisha Shah Wednesday, April 1st, 2020

In today’s blog article, we’ll cover top security essentials around phishing, remote access, IoT devices and home networks to help minimise vulnerabilities around the home.

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We've tapped industry experts to discuss "Outsourcing Tech in the Face of COVID-19." Topics covered include navigating cybersecurity, legal and operational risk during this uncertain time for many businesses. 

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An Open Letter From Our CEO
By Eze Castle Integration Thursday, March 26th, 2020

We are operating in unprecedented times. Individuals, families, businesses and the global economy are facing new challenges daily. Our thoughts are with all those who have been impacted by the virus and the healthcare workers who are working tirelessly on the frontlines. At the same time, the current situation is bringing out our strengths and giving us the opportunity to come together like never before. Here at Eze Castle Integration our goals remain centered on ensuring the safety of our employees and supporting our clients. 

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Today's blog explores technology and cyber-strategy recommendations for the C-Suite to support the World Economic Forum's cybersecurity guidelines for the coronavirus threat landscape.

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Improving Collaboration with Microsoft Teams, SharePoint and OneDrive
By Eze Castle Integration Wednesday, March 25th, 2020

When it comes to investment management firms, collaboration, efficiency, and cutting edge technology are all critical factors when it comes to growth. This article explores Teams, Sharepoint and OneDrive.

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Securing Your Home Network: Here's What You Need to Know
By Olivia Munro Tuesday, March 24th, 2020

Today, we'll cover best practices for home network security, which is especially relevant today considering so much of the workforce is telecommuting from home. 

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14 Tips on Working Remote Successfully
By Amanda Daly Thursday, March 19th, 2020

This week Gartner, Inc. released a survey showing "that 88% of organizations have encouraged or required employees to work from home, regardless of whether or not they showed coronavirus-related symptoms." With this rapid shift to a fully remote life, employees have new challenges - when to work, where to work, how to establish boundaries between work and personal life and many, many more. This article outlines 14 essential tips to successfully work remote during this unique time and beyond.

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Powering Remote Collaboration with Microsoft Teams + Webinar Replay
By Amisha Shah Wednesday, March 18th, 2020

As the Covid-19 pandemic continues to unfold with government guidelines encouraging self-isolation in many countries, the global workforce has no choice but to shift to remote working. Today’s blog article will highlight the key features of Microsoft Teams and share tips to help organisations and their employees keep up productivity levels.

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Maintaining Your Security Posture While Working Remotely
By Olivia Munro Tuesday, March 17th, 2020

We are seeing unprecedented numbers of employees working remotely due to the unpredictable spread of COVID-19. While advances in technology and collaboration tools like Microsoft Teams make it easier for employees to carry out their day-to-day job functions, we must be cognizant of potential security threats while working remote. This two part blog series will outline the best practices to maintain a strong security posture while working from home. 

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Beware of Covid-19, CDC Phishing Scams: 13 Red Flags
By Amanda Daly Tuesday, March 10th, 2020

Covid-19 is disrupting and distracting lives and businesses across the globe - the same time, scammers are planning their attacks. In recent news, hackers are sending out phishing emails to impersonate the CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) or WHO (World Health Organization). With this developing outbreak, hackers are anticipating the end-user to read and or click a link coming from the “CDC” or “WHO” to learn more about the coronavirus.

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