More Resources to Help Us Through
Following up on my post from yesterday, Resources to Help You Through, here are some additional resources to help.
These are free resources, offered by their respective sources to help. I hope some of these will help you.
These two posts from ID Agent offer helpful information to help keep your users safe.
Facebook has released some helpful resources on their Business Resource Hub.
For Reddit fans, there is a resource page available with a growing number of posts.
SolarWinds is offering their remote control tool free for 90 days to help organizations pivot to remote operations.
During times like these, you can't forget to take care of yourself. Mindfulness leader Headspace is offering a free set of mindfulness exercises to help keep you calm and focused during these stressful times.
PC Magazine has published these tips for those of you suddenly finding yourself working from home.
NIST (National Institute of Standards and Training) has published these recommendations for maintaining your IT security when working remotely.
With more and more people working remotely, VPN use is skyrocketing and the bad guys are actively targeting unpatched VPN software. This alert from CISA (Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency) is an important one.
Hot fitness company Orange Theory Fitness, which I am addicted to myself, is releasing at home workouts to help us maintain a healthy level of activity during these isolated times.
Industry colleague Dan Timko wrote this piece to help MSPs navigate these uncharted waters.
Focus@Will is a music service that tailors playlists to help you focus while you work. You answer several questions and the system then builds and recommends music to keep you focused. If you've never worked from home before, this could be very helpful for you.