In 2023, PC security is more important than ever before. With more people than ever working from home and relying on their computers for communication and entertainment, it’s critical to be vigilant about protecting your PC from cyber threats. In this blog post, we’ll explore some of the best practices for PC security in 2023.
How to add Zoom meeting details through Clio and assign Alternative Host
The Clio + Zoom integration adds a checkbox on Clio’s new calendar event create page that will automatically add Zoom meeting details to the calendar “Description” / Notes. However, Clio automatically uses the logged in user as the default Zoom meeting host and not the Zoom account of the Clio user listed under “Save to this calendar”. This requires a second step when staff calendar an event for their superiors by opening Zoom and adding an “Alternative Host”.
1. Connect USB Type A plug from Logitech Rally lead from table to your Surface Pro 7
2. Connect HDMI1 to USB C Adapter (Surface Pro 5 uses MiniDP)
3. Zoom Audio Settings
a. Select a Microphone: Echo Cancelling Speakerphone (Logi Rally Audio)
b. Select a Speaker: Echo Cancelling Speakerphone (Logi Rally Audio)
4. Zoom Video Settings
a. Select a Camera: Logi Rally Camera
b. Select a Virtual Background: QR code Mallor | Grodner
5. Microsoft Teams
a. Start an empty meeting (optional after 1st time)
b. Settings > Computer Audio > Device Settings
i. Audio Devices: Logi Rally Audio
ii. Speaker: Echo Cancelling Speakerphone (Logi Rally Audio)
iii. Microphone: Echo Cancelling Speakerphone (Logi Rally Audio)
iv. Camera: Logi Rally Camera Continue reading “Zoom + Logitech Rally”
Google Drive allows the setting a time limit for temporary access to shared files. Creating a share in Google Drive defaults to EDITOR access with no time limit. We must manually change the EDITOR permissions to VIEWER, SEND the share invitation, and then go into the “SHARE” menu a second time to “GIVE TEMPORARY ACCESS”.
Earners of the CompTIA Security+ certification have the knowledge and skills necessary to perform core security functions required of any cybersecurity role. CompTIA Security+ professionals know how to identify and address potential threats, attacks and vulnerabilities and they have established techniques in risk management, risk mitigation, threat management and intrusion detection.
This badge was issued to Nicholas Shertzer on 19 December 2019.
Earners of the CompTIA A+ certification are proven problem solvers who are able to perform critical IT support tasks including device configuration, data backup and recovery, and operating system configuration. CompTIA A+ certified professionals have demonstrated baseline security skills for IT support roles and are able to detect and remove malware, address privacy concerns, and troubleshoot core service challenges.
This badge was issued to Nicholas Shertzer on 15 May 2020.