MonsterCloud cited in Forbes For Use with Business Professionals, Public Wi-Fi, and Social Media

Business professionals in 2017 understand a few obvious realities about modern business. They have generally committed to the idea that the web is essential to their success. By extension, they have also committed to two main ideas in business (among many others).

  1. Social media is essential in one way or another. Whether a few posts a month, a static business page, or an active and fully engaged account, it is here to stay.
  2. A connection is mandatory. This means many visits at local cafes, emergency-esque connections at the local Target, and an improved 4G service, to say the least.

Business professionals are on social media and they are staying connected. Obviously, this draws some conclusions in business and forces professionals to think of new angles. For example, is too much social media bad? How about security?

The answers to these questions are quite large and go beyond the scale of even the best-written 400-word article. But, business professionals need to rely on social media to stay connected, and that means relying on public wi-fi and 4G. lawyers, in particular, can learn well to be secure with where and how they use public wi-fi. An additional security layer may be recommended. Many may use multiple emails or use a two-step authentic verification for a log-in. At the least, professionals are getting their name off their main computer and using either a scanner, a rotating proxy, or just a different name for their computer profile. Specifically, they change the name of their access (the name on the computer) or they use a program that blocks it from being publically visible. Neither of these things will stop potential thrill seekers if they dig around in public wi-fi channels, but it helps substantially. It is especially valuable for lawyers who need to protect their data.

MonsterCloud is one viable resource for improving the lives of business professionals. MonsterCloud cited in Forbes recently, which helps give the service some additional clout. It could benefit professionals looking to save data on a cloud to diminish security risks in public wi-fi. It is also an effective way to keep social pages trimmed or keep content readily available.