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The Tabush Cloud & Managed IT Blog

5 Ways We Love to Show Our Team We Care During COVID-19

Like most employers, Tabush Group was taken by surprise by the COVID-19 stay-at-home orders.  In this crazy uncertain time, our attention went to our employees.  Our team is the heart of our business and we wanted to do everything we could to make sure they knew it.  Here’s a few ways we made sure everyone felt valued and cared for while our lives are all changing so dramatically.

Topics: Tabush Group leadership coronavirus

Cybersecurity Matters Especially During COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic continues to disrupt global health, social systems, and the economy, while also contributing to another unseen threat: cyberattacks.  Cybercriminals are capitalizing on the fact that more people and businesses are depending on digital tools right now.

Topics: coronavirus

Replay: How to Effectively Use Technology During the COVID-19 Crisis

Darragh Fitzpatrick, Partner & EVP of Tabush Group, led an interactive discussion about the 3 ways businesses can implement to enable their staff to have remote access.  He also made recommendations based on best practices and discussed how to best set up your home office.

Topics: remote access coronavirus

Phishing Attacks Increase During COVID-19 Crisis

As we mentioned a few weeks ago, cybercriminals are looking to exploit public fears using malware attacks.  Now, spear phishing attacks are increasing at an exponential rate with cybercriminals attempting to capitalize on people working from home and distracted by COVID-19 fears. 

Topics: Phishing coronavirus

10 IT Recommendations for a Better Work From Home Experience

The Tabush Group Support Team is seeing many common issues from our clients who are all transitioning to working from home.  The following are some recommendations to ensure a good IT setup when working from home. 

Topics: Cloud remote access coronavirus