Archiving Remote Education During COVID-19 Outbreak Education, both K12 and higher education, spark a lot of concern in terms of protecting students’ privacy, while ensuring that amidst the pandemic, students are not cut off from learning.
And while these images can inspire people to stay home or show even more support for those on the first line, there’s a crack here through which personal health care information may slip.
The other part of surging eDiscovery requests will likely come from those affected by the COVID-19, whether its thousands of patients admitted and treated in hospitals or COVID-designated facilities, families of those who unfortunately passed away, laid-off workers, K12 kids’ parents.
So let’s look at some cases where information archiving can make all the difference at a time when all industries are forced to morph and adapt Archiving WFH Channels, and Security Concerns One of the immediate effects of COVID-19 is forcing businesses to go remote.
Zoom is known for breach of user privacy, involving faulty end-to-end encryption, sharing sensitive information with Facebook, and “Zoombombing” (where random intruders interrupt the Zoom meetings only to play porn videos or engage in hate speech).