WebEx Wisdom: What’s new in version 41.8

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WebEx Wisdom: Sync your stage with everyone in WebEx meetings or events

When you customize your stage as the host or cohost of a meeting or event, you can sync it with everyone else in the meeting. Syncing your stage ensures that participants can see what you want to focus on, like the active speaker or multiple speakers. [Read more…]

WebEx Wisdom: Stop video from video devices

How to spot the most common mobile cyber attacks

Hackers are targeting phones in a way to gain access to protected information, and studies have shown people are three times more likely to respond to a phishing attack on a mobile device than a desktop. [Read more…]

Migrating email to Microsoft Exchange Online

The contents of this post have moved to the Share drive on the RSFH network.

Once you navigate to the Share drive, the documents are in the folder called “RSFH Presentations & Important Documents” and then “IT.”

How to download the Imprivata ID app on your mobile device

The contents of this post have moved to the Share drive on the RSFH network.

Once you navigate to the Share drive, the documents are in the folder called “RSFH Presentations & Important Documents” and then “IT.”

[Read more…]

Two-factor authentication: Control in the palm of your hand

RSFH will launch multi-factor authentication starting June 18 for teammates who aren’t working at an RSFH facility or physicians who bring their own devices into the hospitals. [Read more…]

January Security Tip: Protect yourself and your private info

The internet is full of data about you. Whenever you play a game, shop, browse websites, or use any of numerous apps, your activity and some of your personal information may be collected and shared. [Read more…]

Shop safe online, even on Black Friday

RSFH Information Security recommends following these basic steps so you’ll be ready to cybershop safely and securely. [Read more…]

Security tip: Don’t let a phishing scam reel you in

Cybercriminals use phishing—a type of social engineering—to manipulate people into doing what they want. [Read more…]