Best Practices for Business and Personal Use On One Device: Part One

Technology has untethered us from the traditional nine-to-five, as today’s digital landscape allows business owners and employees alike to work remotely, customize hours, and multitask like no generation has done before. From a single device, we are able to access the resources needed for both our personal and professional lives. The practice of using a…

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Multi-Factor Authentication: What Is It?

WHAT DOES MULTI-FACTOR AUTHENTICATION MEAN? Multi-factor authentication is an additional layer of security added to your login process. This ensures an unauthorized user is not able to login to your account. Two-factor authentication requires two pieces of confirmation to gain access while multi-factor authentication requires two or more pieces. Factor examples are passwords, PINs, fingerprints,…

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