We just finished dealing with some new regulatory requirements (Regulation Best Interest and Form CRS, if you're curious). Among other things, we now send an automated email (containing a link to Form CRS)
When the COVID-19 pandemic hit earlier this year, a huge chunk of the world had to figure out how to work from home - and what software to use for virtual meetings and
I've heard the phrase "new normal" a lot in the last two months. I'm sure you have too. Everyone is trying to figure out what "normal" will look like in the future and
When used appropriately, serverless is pretty cool.
I got an email update from CISA yesterday telling me that apparently today is "Slam the Scam" Day. You can read the update in its entirety here. This is an excerpt:In association
SEM developed a new risk questionnaire - check it out!
There are three major desktop browsers right now: Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, and Microsoft Edge. For the longest time I used Chrome primarily, but within the last year or so I switched to
Last week we dealt with a phishing attack that turned out to be a bit scary. The attack used a technique that I knew was possible, but had only read about before (check
We use passwords everywhere and humans have a hard time with this. What can you do?
If you have been on the internet much in the last 20-ish years, you may have noticed the padlock symbol next to the URL in your address bar. Here's what it looks like
When we started using SharePoint Online last year, Jeff and I thought it would be kind of nice to include the most recent posts from his blog on our SharePoint home page. SharePoint
Using the terms "two-step authentication" and "two-factor authentication" interchangeably might give people a false sense of security.