[ENDED] Small Business Month Giveaway: ThinkPad X1 Carbon 30th Anniversary Special Edition & Jabra Speak2 75
Happy National Small Business Month! This May we have a special giveaway in store, exclusive savings in the LenovoPRO store and a few special events coming up. Join us this month as we discuss giving back as a business, leadership, wellness, growth and positive change. E njoy the latest resources for a chance to win the 30th Anniversary Special Edition ThinkPad X1 Carbon or the Wireless Jabra Speak2 75 from our Featured Partner of the Month: Jabra. Small Business Month Giveaway: ThinkPad X1 Carbon 30th Anniversary Special Edition & Jabra Speaker Having issues submitting your entries? Scroll to the bottom of this post for help. About the Prizes ThinkPad X1 Carbon Gen 10 Intel (14") 30th Anniversary Edition - Black Carbon Fiber Woven Cover Processor: 12th Generation Intel® Core i7-1260P Processor (E-cores up to 3.40 GHz...
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  • Hi Cathie! I'm sorry about the additional verification requirements but I totally understand not syncing work and personal accounts. Please let me know if there is anything I can do to help! 

  • So after giving my name and email address, the only way to enter is to also log in to social media?  I don't connect my work accounts with social media.

  • Very nice!  I've been using Lenovo for 15 years now!  On my 5th one!

  • Well one example of using a VPN for fraud is an employee or person with VPN access to your organization could browse the web from within your organization even though they are physically using their own computer at home. So if they committed any sort of crime, the IP address would point to your organization istead of to their home. That being said, there are ways to still identify who by router logs, cookies, etc, but this may be a tactic people use to hide activities they don't want traced to them by performing those from behind their corporate network. Another example is that an untrusted 3rd party VPN company could actually be monitoring your traffic, which may be less secure than using no VPN at all. Plus slower. VPNs are typically used for companies to connect offices or allowing remote workers access to servers and printers at the office, etc. But individuals now use VPNs to hide their browsing habits, which like i said, its not foolproof and will slow down your internet. Hope this answers your question.

  • That would be awesome. I am not sure - let me look into it! Slight smile

  • How does a VPN open up to fraud

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    Also, I just realized: Thank you also for the thread mention!!!  

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  • Yes!!! Thank you Beth!

  • Coool! Any chance they get a giveaway of their own??