World Cleanup Day | Digital Cleanup Event Announcement
In honor of World Cleanup Day, we are excited to announce a special initiative aimed at decluttering our digital lives and contributing to a cleaner, more sustainable digital environment. From September 11th, 2023, to September 22nd, 2023, we will conduct a Wallpaper Change for your computer screen and a Digital Cleanup Campaign.
Wallpaper Change: Your laptop wallpaper will automatically change to a theme that reflects our commitment to sustainability and cleanliness.
How to Participate in Digital Cleanup Campaign:
Laptop: Clean up your recycle bin, system files, and temporary files.
Mobile: Delete duplicate photos, blurry photos, and videos.
Email: Unsubscribe and delete newsletters, inactive blog posts, FYI emails, appointment emails for meetings, etc.
Cloud Storage: Clean duplicate files and empty the recycle bin.
Once you’ve completed your digital cleanup, we invite you to share your progress on Yoma Connect. Take pictures of your storage before and after cleaning digital waste and post them with the hashtags (#WorldCleanupDay2023)
Rewards: We want to recognize your efforts and commitment to a cleaner digital world. Here’s our reward plan:
The first 20 people who post their cleanup results on Yoma Connect will receive special gifts.
The next 80 participants on Yoma Connect will be rewarded with Pocket application perks, such as KFC 5,000 MMK off coupons, YKKO 5,000 MMK off coupons, and pocket coins.
The following 100 individuals who post on Yoma Connect can enjoy games via Pocket applications and receive exciting gifts.
Pocket applications and receive exciting gifts. Let’s come together as a team to make a positive impact on World Cleanup Day and contribute to a cleaner digital environment.
We have added a new function on Yoma Connect which enables businesses and entities to introduce surveys. With the new survey function, we can now enjoy the following features: – HR to Create Surveys Online – Employees to receive survey notifications and take surveys online
To access Yoma Social (Chat Function) through web browser, please use the new domain address https://social.yomastrategic.com from Monday, 8th March 2021. If you wish to access via Yoma Group on Chrome browser, please connect to the office internet and update the browser before using it. If you have any issue with the login, kindly reach out to HelpDesk and ask for support!
We are seeing a massive uptick in cyber security issues in
Myanmar. While Yoma Group itself hasn’t been identified as a target, it’s worth
reminding everyone to take extra special precautions in the coming days and
weeks. Below is a reminder around three major areas of weakness and ways to
help you manage.
Phishing (pronounced “fishing”) is a form of identity
theft that attempts to trick people into revealing personal or financial
information online. Phishers use phony Web sites or e-mail messages that appear
to be from trusted businesses and brands to steal personal information such as
usernames, passwords, or credit card numbers.
The messages can be hard to recognize as fake because they appear
to come from known sources with familiar logos and screen shots. Do NOT
respond to e-mail messages that ask you to provide or verify your personal
Here are things you can do to see if an email is legit:
“From” Addresses: Many scam artists will use similar email addresses to
those of official companies and/or trusted parties. Always take a second
to double-check and make sure the address is correct. There is even an
email that came in from someone @yomastrateg1c.com. See how sneaky that
is? This is the fastest/easiest way to identify most spam.
Action Required: The vast majority of phishing attacks rely on pushing the
recipient to act quickly, before they take the time to execute proper
caution. Any email with this kind of urgency should be scrutinized.
Links: You should always hover over a link in an email before clicking on
it. By doing so, you will see what the actual web address is that you’ll
be taken to. It’s a common misconception that the address displayed is
also the site you’ll pull up if you click on it.
Remember, ALL internal messages about access to IT resources will
come from an email that ends in @yoma.com.mm (most of the time it will be from email@example.com) or personally from one of our Group Technology staff. If
you are unclear, please forward the email to firstname.lastname@example.org to verify.
Our policy for passwords requires everyone to change their passwords every 90 days. There are two ways to do this. If you are at the office, you can click CTRL+ALT+DEL and select “Change Password”. Since most of you are WFH right now, you can go to //password.yomagroup.io to make your password changes. We will send you three reminder emails that look like the below. Yes, these are legit, and they are meant to remind you when to address your passwords. If you do not change your passwords every 90 days, your access to our systems will be blocked, including your email and wifi.
written below that you should stick to apps that have end to end encryption.
What I didn’t explicitly tell you is that SMS does not have that level of
encryption and you should view all SMS links as suspicious. Many 2 factor
authenticators allow you to use SMS to verify a code, including the
Authenticator app we use for Microsoft. We will be turning this feature off.
For those of you who currently use SMS for your 2FA, helpdesk will be reaching
out to you to migrate you to the in-app 2FA option, which is much safer.
personal apps, never click on SMS links that tell you to log in to things. If
you have received a verification code from a service you did not initiate,
ignore that SMS, log in to your app and trigger a password change. Again, I must
stress the importance of 2FA for all your personal accounts. If you feel that
you have been compromised, please contact the Helpdesk immediately.
please contact the Helpdesk or me if you have any questions or require