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5 Ways to be Secure when Working Remotely

Working, teaching, and learning away from the MIT campus poses new risks to securing information. IS&T recommends that community members follow these best practices when engaging in activities remotely to help reduce the chance of the information and data you handle at MIT being compromised.

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BeyondTrust remote support software now available for all IT support providers at MIT

To help mitigate the impacts of COVID-19 and best support MIT community members as they engage in activities remotely, IS&T has increased its capacity for BeyondTrust’s (formerly Bomgar) Secure Remote Support software, and will begin offering the service to all IT support providers today, free of charge.

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Best practices for working remotely

Follow these suggestions to make working away from the MIT campus as seamless and secure as possible.