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5 Considerable Benefits of Remote Work and Using VPN for It
8 June 2021
5 Considerable Benefits of Remote Work and Using VPN for It

If you are going to start or want to improve your remote work, a good and trustworthy VPN service may help with that. Let's cover more about the advantages and solutions. read more...

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Using a VPN at Work: Do’s and Don’ts
31 May 2021
Using a VPN at Work: Do’s and Don’ts

Whether you are working remotely or at the office, it is crucial to know the best ways to utilize VPNs to avoid mistakes that may jeopardize your network security and put you at risk of data breaches. Below are the dos and don'ts you should know when using a VPN at work. read more...

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Top 8 Cybersecurity Lessons from COVID-19
17 March 2021
Top 8 Cybersecurity Lessons from COVID-19

As more people are online, this is an open door for hackers to find cybersecurity weaknesses and attack them. More people mean more targets, and this is something hackers have done during this pandemic. However, the past year taught us important lessons regarding cybersecurity which we need to pay attention to this year too. read more...

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5 Ways Technology Can Improve Your Work Productivity
12 February 2021
5 Ways  Technology Can Improve Your Work Productivity

Working from home is not simple. Sure, you could argue that there are those who thrive because they do not have to commute to work every day and can spend more time relaxing.
However, one cannot underestimate the importance of surrounding yourself with an environment that motivates and encourages productivity.  Here is a list of 5 ways technology can improve your work productivity read more...

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5 Cybersecurity Mistakes Remote Workers Should Avoid
18 December 2020
5 Cybersecurity Mistakes Remote Workers Should Avoid

When it comes to cybersecurity, both expert and novice remote workers must keep their devices safe from malware, phishing, ransomware and etc. Nowadays, cybercriminals are noticing and taking advantage of this massive shift in remote work. Therefore, you must continue to remain vigilant and adapt to good cybersecurity habits.

Make it your job to ensure that your computer and phone are as secure as possible, and that you follow your company’s cybersecurity guidelines. Here are 5 common cybersecurity mistakes to avoid: read more...

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How to Find More Freelance Work Using a VPN
17 December 2020
How to Find More Freelance Work Using a VPN

Without a surprise, the freelance industry keeps growing and rightly so. People, being fed of the regular 9 to 5 jobs understand how overwhelming these jobs can be.

Numerous freelance websites spread all over the world have country of origin restrictions due to multiple reasons. This then limits the opportunities for freelancers, as they are unable to access websites from their countries. The solution to this problem using a VPN. read more...

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7 Security Tips for Telecommuters: How to Stay Safe While Working from Home
19 November 2020
7 Security Tips for Telecommuters: How to Stay Safe While Working from Home

Working from home can be a welcome change from the traditional office setting, however, telecommuting can also present some security challenges for users working from home as well as security administrators trying to protect their users' mobile devices and the networks they connect to.
Not every telecommuter is going to work for a company that has an IT shop with the resources to provide enterprise-grade telecommuting security. For smaller companies, this shifts some of the security burden to the off-site users. read more...

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How to Avoid the Risks of Free VPNs when Working from Home
24 October 2020
How to Avoid the Risks of Free VPNs when Working from Home

The best things in life may be free, but not when it comes to a VPN. Where your online privacy is concerned, a free VPN, service will likely do you more harm than good. Luckily, there are ways you can overcome the risks involved with free VPNs when working from home.
A few years back, there was hardly any demand for VPN services. In recent years, the rising popularity of the digital nomad lifestyle and quarantine restrictions have made VPNs a necessity. If you're working from home and are considering using a VPN, here are the risks to avoid and what actions to take to secure your data (compare Free VPN vs. Paid VPN) Browser Hijacking read more...

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5 Ways Remote Based Business Can Benefit from a VPN
23 October 2020
5 Ways Remote Based Business Can Benefit from a VPN

There are already several challenges that a remote based small business will have to face on its own. It can range from coordinating team members to collaborate on projects, building a work culture, running an everyday life outside of the office, holding effective team meetings, etc. It is indeed a lot on the plate to handle already. However, the business owners and leaders will ensure that everything is put in place for a smooth remote working experience.

The cybersecurity threat is something that they also have to look out for, mostly since their workers work from different parts of the country (world) and are connected to the internet through various networks. This highlights the importance of a VPN for a remote business, and this post shares five reasons why remote-based business needs a VPN. read more...

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A VPN is Vital for Working from Home: Everything You Need to Know
20 August 2020
A VPN is Vital for Working from Home: Everything You Need to Know

VPN is the magic door to allowing people to work from home, especially during a pandemic.

While it might seem convenient to have an office space and a cubicle to work in, with time, it can get stressful and tiring, ultimately making you lose productivity. You can now work from anywhere without worrying about the private information getting leaked. read more...

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