How to Use the Internet

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Have you ever left your laptop unlocked at work, not even giving a second thought about the sensitive information it contains? Well, thankfully, you are not alone. In a recent study by TechRepublic, 25% of workers admitted to leaving their computers unattended. “Why does this matter?” you might ask. To answer your question, here are some things you need to be informed about: 

  • 81% of office employees have access to documents containing sensitive workplace information and leaving your computer unlocked can result in confidential information getting into the wrong hands
  • Someone passing by your computer can download malware onto your computer
  • 40% of reported laptop security breaches are a result of employee negligence

But what if the person who leaves his or her laptop unlocked at work is not you? Then, maybe it’s time to teach your colleague a little lesson. In just a few simple steps, you can prank your co-worker and load their Internet Pages with various Nicholas Cage pictures. As demoed in our How to Use the Internet Series: How to Prank Your Coworkers - Nicholas Cage Edition, here is our step by step process to a few laughs in the office space. 

How to Prank Your Coworker - Nicholas Cage Edition

  1. Go to the Chrome Web Store
  1. Navigate to the search bar on the left side of your screen and search for “Caged” 
  2. Click “Add to Chrome” 

Using the internet can be fun! Open a browser and enjoy the expression on your coworkers face when they get “Caged”. 

Want to learn more tips and tricks? Check out the rest of our How to Use the Internet Series. This Youtube series of short video demonstrations are designed to teach users various online skills through visual storytelling, like creating GIFs, ordering groceries online, and more. Whether you are an office worker that needs help with Slack or you are teaching your parents about the new functions on their Macbook Pro, we’ve got you covered! 

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