Organize Your Desktop
Take a few minutes to organize your desktop icons. Delete any files or shortcuts you don’t need. Empty that Recycle Bin when you’re done.
Clean Away the Dust and Germs
Sweep away the dust on your monitors and keyboard. It’s a good idea to run a disinfectant wipe over your keyboard and mouse, too.
Tackle that Inbox
Try to handle every email once. Delete with enthusiasm. You’ll feel better and your Inbox will be more secure. While you’re at it, don’t forget to empty your Deleted Items folder.
Delete Unnecessary Files
Depending on your company’s retention policies, delete old files that are now meaningless and only create clutter around the files you do need.
Avoid Public Wi-Fi
Don’t risk having your spiffy, clean computer infected by using public wi-fi. One option is to set up a private hotspot on a phone or tablet instead.
Stay Private Online
The more you disclose publicly, the more a hacker can learn about you. The more they know, the more easily they can phish you (and convince you to click). Be diligent and protect yourself.
You need to be on your toes all the time. Learn how to avoid clicking on dangerous emails and other online threats.
Dispose of Old Equipment Properly
You may have some computers in a closet or back room that aren’t even worth cleaning. Get them out of your physical space and destroy them securely.
If you’d like to know more about how CRU Solutions can help keep your business safer, contact us.