Working From Home Is Exposing Us To Another Type Of Virus: CybercrimeAccording to the FBI’s internet crime report, complaints rose 69% from 2019 to 2020. Money loss jumped around $700 million, from $3.5 billion to $4.2 billion.
North Texas Sports Broadcaster Ted Emrich Shares What It's Like Doing Play-By-Play From HomeEmrich who does play-by-play for just about any sports that will have him, was scheduled to broadcast conference tournaments, followed by the NCAA Tournament and The Master, when the pandemic hit.
Physical Therapists: Working From Home Could Be Breaking Your BodyCorporations have sent workers home from offices, leaving ergonomic office furniture in emptied spaces, and employees working from home in bed, on couches or sitting hunched in front of dressers and countertops.
Hacked! Dallas ISD Apologizes After Parent-Senior Meeting 'Zoom Bombed' By Porn Dallas ISD is apologizing after hackers popped pornography on-screen during an online Zoom meeting between dozens of students, teachers, and parents to discuss graduation last week.
The Ones For Wellness: Managing The Chaos During Coronavirus PandemicThese times can try anyone’s patience, but don’t let the chaos consume you.
With Parents Spending More Time At Home, Children's Health Gives Tips On Safeguarding"Injuries are the leading cause of death for children, and about a third of those deaths happen at home," Marisa Abbe said. "If we know the top risk areas, we can safeguard against them."
Coronavirus In Texas: How To Protect Yourself Against COVID-19 Spam, HackersWith so many people working from home, it is easier than ever to become the target of a cybersecurity attack.
Ones For Wellness: How To Make Your Home Office More ErgonomicIt was cool to be working from your bed, in your PJ’s but with the pandemic, it’s no longer sustainable.
Coronavirus In Texas: Zoom Privacy And Security Issues Under ScrutinyA popular video conferencing program is facing scrutiny about its privacy practices.
Coronavirus In Texas: Governor Abbott Says Mitigation Is Working, 30 Texas Patients Testing Hydroxychloroquine TreatmentMitigation efforts to slow the spread of the coronavirus in Texas are working, according to Coronavirus Response Coordinator for the White House Coronavirus Task Force, Dr. Debbie Birx.
Internet Undergoes A Stress Test With Millions, Upon Millions, Working From Home"I think it's very reasonable to be concerned that some of this real-time video chatting and communication that we're relying on could very soon start to experience a certain amount of lag."
The Pros & Cons Of Working From HomeTen percent of the American workforce is currently working from home. Could it work for you?