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Alorica Hiring Over 400 Work-from-Home Employee in Montgomery

A Montgomery company is hiring over 400 employees. Customer experience solutions provider Alorica is the company doing the hiring. The company has announced that they will be hiring for work-from-home positions to qualified candidates (e.g. high-speed internet requirements). Applicants will train onsite and then work remotely for these roles. Based on position, Alorica team members can take advantage of competitive…

What the Tech? How to Keep Your Computer from Being Hacked When You Work from Home

Leaving the house may increase your chances of contracting COVID-19, but working from home may make you more susceptible to another kind of virus. A computer virus. The cybersecurity firm RISKIQ predicts the coronavirus outbreak will give hackers one of their best opportunities in recent years to attack computer networks around the world. There are many reports that hackers are…

What the Tech? Setting Up a Better Home Office

Twitter has told its employees that they have permission to work from home. Forever. When the stay-at-home orders began you may have cobbled together some necessities like a printer, a web camera and cordoned off some space for a home office. But as David after dentist once asked on YouTube, “is this forever?” Here are some things that might help…