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October 2016 

Hello Valued Reader,

Happy Halloween!

Last month, our issue focused on security training, tips, and risks. We not only previewed some of our top security blogs, but also led a training session on risks end users need to be aware of.

If you missed the training session, it's not to late to get the information! We will be hosting a webinar on the same topic on October 26th. For more information and to RSVP click here. We would love to hear from you!

This month, we have featured a blog post Quick Tip on 'Skype for Business' basics that can be used to better communicate inside your company. Be sure to check out our interview with Lori, our new Sales Operations Coordinator and learn a little bit more about two-factor authentication in our articles below. Finally, gain some tips about how to attract millennial talent to your workplace in 2016.

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Brooke Nielsen
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Explore the basics of Skype for Business to improve your workplace communication!

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Lori is our new Sales Operations Coordinator. Check out our interview to learn a little more about her!

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For those of you that are not familiar with Skype for Business it is a communication app that lets you connect with fellow co-workers, business partners or clients in your company, around the United States or world.

Skype is part of the Office 365 package and works with your other Office programs. Let’s explore six basic features of Skype Business.

  1. Instant Messaging -  The most basic function of Skype for Business is instant messaging which can be done within your business/organization or with other users outside of your business that are also using Skype for Business.   A transcript of your IM conversation is saved for later viewing and reference.  This is helpful if you were given some information that you did not make note of at the time of your conversation but realize you would like at a later date. 
  2. Improve your mobile experience – As we continue to become more and more mobile we can use Skype for Business to keep in touch with your office using your laptop, tablet or smart phone.  This allows for mobile IM’s along with video conferencing and file sharing from anywhere.  Also your conversation transcript moves with you from one device to another. 

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58800790_s.jpgWard off intrusions with two-factor authentication

I recently came across a website with some great information on two-factor authentication (also known as 2FA or TFA). You've more than likely experienced two-factor authentication at one time or another when logging into a Microsoft or Google account, and yet, should you consider it for your business? Yes, definitely. 

Protecting your business

Although an additional security step in the login process, two-factor authentication is quick and worth it. Two-factor authentication is being widely adopted because it contributes to more secure systems at the network and desktop level. 

Take a look at this website to learn the basics of two-factor authentication and then contact us

https://duo.com/why-duo/why-two-factor-authentication-2fa 

62461020_s.jpgHow to attract millennial talent to your workplace in 2016

Is putting forth the effort to attract and hire millennials really worth it? If you knew that they will make up half of the global workforce by 2020 you would definitely think so. It’s true, as more and more millennials are entering the workforce, it is important to understand how to interest and hang onto these valuable assets. So what is the best way to go about this?

Before we look at some things you can do to attract millennials, let’s take a step back to find out what these individuals value in a company. The 54 million adults aged between 18 and 34 in 2015 have a lot of commonality in what motivates them to choose a workplace. One of the biggest factors that the majority of them agree on is their need to grow. Many millennials are looking for opportunities to help them climb the ladder, even if it means climbing out of your company. They are also looking for a “sense of purpose” in a company, or a chance to be a part of something bigger than just company profit. Finally, they are looking for a coach rather than a boss, someone to lead not just command.

So as a business, how can you become more attractive to this potential workforce considering their wants and needs? Let’s explore some options.

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core_exchange.jpgWebinar: Security for Business Users

Every business user needs the security basics under their belt in order to protect themselves and the business they work for from cyber criminals and hackers waiting to take advantage. Knowing the way these people operate and how to protect yourself is key.
 
In this webinar, CoreTech President, Chris Vilim, will start with the basics and then go a bit beyond - it's been our experience with business users that many are not aware or practicing the basics. Why bring your staff? Check out Chris Vilim's blog post: 6 reasons to train your staff on security basics.
 
Attend this webinar to gather information you and your staff need to protect your business.
 
Owners and managers - Sign yourself up AND sign up your staff.
  • Date: Wednesday, October 26th 
  • Time: 1:30 to 2:15 PM
  • Register Here
   

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