The New Jersey IT Experts


We work hard behind the scenes so annoying technology issues don't slow your business down.

Our mission is to help businesses like yours increase productivity and get more out of the technology you invest in.
We specialize in solutions that safeguard and protect your data and keep operations running smoothly.

Managed IT Services

Intelligent remote monitoring, proactive maintenance, and behind-the-scenes remote support.

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Network Security

Protect your business from threats like malware, viruses, phishing attacks, hackers and other threads.

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Backup & Disaster Recovery

Ensure peace-of-mind in any situation with the most complete data backup solution available.

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Cloud Hosting Solutions

Reduce infrastructure costs, collaborate, and get more done with our unique cloud solutions.

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When you just want IT to work!

There are a lot of computer shops out there that you can call up to fix an issue or install a piece of equipment. They might be able to get you out of crisis mode, but they aren’t looking at the full picture.

At Eclipse Integrated Systems, we understand business. We consult. We provide solutions to solve everyday challenges. We just happen to fix computers as well.

We believe (and have proven) that if you proactively manage technology, run maintenance religiously, and monitor a business network, everyday issues and downtime will be greatly reduced.

This is what makes us different than your typical tech support company. Sure, we can fix computer issues when you have them, but our specialty is preventing them in the first place.

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    Doing business with Eclipse Integrated Systems has been a pleasure.  Marc Buonocore and team are a great bunch to work with!  They really know their stuff when it comes to eliminating annoying computer issues and making technology actually WORK for businesses.

Latest Blogs

Why (And How) You Want to Monitor Your Team

Why Should I Monitor My Business and Employees?

There is no shortage of reasons that it is a good idea to keep an eye on your employees during the workday. Not all of these reasons are bad, either, as there are plenty of positive behaviors that you will want to take notice of as well.

Of course, some industries have more obvious reasons to resort to monitoring solutions, but that doesn’t mean that the other benefits don’t apply to them as well.

Employee Issues are More Visible...

Look - everyone makes mistakes. There’s a difference between a mistake and a habitual error, however. Monitoring your business enables you to take note of employees falling into these habits, in turn enabling you to address and correct these behaviors. These employees might not even realize their mistake!

However, some may be actively breaking company policies, which monitoring can also help you spot.

Regardless, monitoring the activity of your employees allows you to better prevent dangerous situations from befalling your business and those you have hired. It also enables you to take notes and carefully approach the employee in question more privately later to hash out what the underlying issue is.

...And So are Employee Accomplishments

If you’re monitoring your employees, you’re apt to see more than just their mistakes. You’ll likely take note of some particular accomplishments. You may even start to see the patterns that lead to success and excellence.

This gives you a few different activities to do. First, you need to congratulate your staff for their accomplishments, describing the process that leads to them. Not only does this give the employee confirmation that you have noticed their efforts, it can inspire the rest of your workforce to emulate these actions, improving your overall operational efficiency.

Of course, in order to properly monitor your workforce, you need the right solutions. Eclipse Integrated Systems can help you put these solutions in place. Give us a call at 800-340-0505 to get started.

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Tip of the Week: Mental Health Tips for Office Workers

Stand Up More
The average office worker spends around 2,000 hours a year at their desks. If you are sitting for a lion’s share of the time that’s around a quarter of the year you are sitting at your job. With around 85 percent of American workers working jobs requiring them to be in front of some type of screen, this can wreck a person’s body. Sitting too much puts you at a much higher risk of muscular-skeletal disorders, diabetes, obesity, cancer, heart disease...you know, all the good ones. This is even true if you work out regularly, something that most office workers don’t do. By changing positions every few minutes, whether that be standing up at your desk, or simply just walking down the hall, you could add years to your life.

If you absolutely have to sit all day at your job, you should make an effort to ensure that you prioritize good posture while you are at your desk. Most people that are slouched over their computer each day run the risk of debilitating ailments such as arthritis and bursitis.

Eat the Right Things
If you are going to be sedentary a lot of the time, it is important to fuel yourself accordingly. Eating fast food and food high in carbohydrates and fat open you up to obesity, and significantly increases your chances of acquiring heart disease. Foods like nuts, fish, and avocados that are high in omega-3s and monounsaturated fats help lower cholesterol levels.

If you find yourself slipping up and eating that extra slice of pizza too often, especially over the holidays, you may find that you’ve put on a few pounds. Don’t fret, the best way to avoid stacking on weight is to be diligent about what you eat.

Firstly, you will want to start the day with a smart breakfast. If you are going to try to optimize your metabolism, start the day with yogurt, fruit, or oats. Snacks of nuts, wholegrain crackers, and fruit will get you through until lunch. Lunch is typically the place most people cheat on their workplace diets, but sticking to foods that are high in protein and low in carbs can help you regain your edge into the afternoon. Having another low-carb snack will get you through the workday. You’ll want to eat dinner as early as you can, as eating dinner late in the day is just going to pack on the pounds.

Protect Your Mental Health
For all the talk about physical health, a person’s mental health is as or more important, and is routinely put to the test by the modern office job. A person’s job is a big part of their life, and it is important that, in order to be the most effective worker that someone can be, that they feel some type of fulfillment from their job. Some people spend more time working than they do sleeping, and to ensure that their emotional health isn’t irreparably damaged by that, they need to do a few things to help them disconnect from their workplace.

One thing a person can do beyond eating the right things and getting enough exercise is to get enough sleep. According to the Center for Disease Control, one-in-three people don’t get enough sleep. For the average adult, seven hours of sleep is enough to promote optimal health and well-being. For the worker that does get enough sleep, eats right, and gets enough exercise, but still doesn’t feel right about his/her job, there is a good chance that he/she is dealing with a lot of stress.

Stress, known as the silent killer, can be manifested in many ways. It can be self-imposed, it can come from superficial demands from clients, or it can come from factors outside of the workplace. Workers are people, and because of that, they don’t offer the same infallible productivity as machines. When people are managed in a way that makes them feel unappreciated (e.g. like a machine), they typically don’t function optimally.

In fact, it’s a major problem for employers of all types. A study conducted by Harvard and Stanford in 2016 found that almost two-of-three workers said that they “always, often, or sometimes” took part in unhealthy behaviors like drinking or crying as a result of the stress they are under from their job. This overwhelming stress people feel is real, evidenced by the approximately 120,000 workplace deaths that are linked to workplace stress.

Another study from Mental Health America found that major stressors include money troubles, a companywide lack of recognition, and an overwhelming lack of satisfaction working their jobs. This results in a workforce that is seemingly always shifting. 71 percent of respondents to the MHA survey said they are actively looking for new job opportunities. Unfortunately, there is no change that will eliminate some of a workplace’s stress, but making sure you are eating right, getting enough sleep, and taking advantage of the resources your organization provides are ways to reduce your stress level.

If you are like most people, you have to work. If this properly describes you, then looking for ways to reduce your stress levels and promote your own physical and mental health is important. For more great tips, tricks, and suggestions visit our blog regularly.

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Which Option is Best for Your Conferencing Needs?

Most of these considerations are based around your intended use of the solution, and what needs your business has.

Your Conferencing Considerations

How many participants does a solution support?

You will want to be sure that your conferencing solution can cover the maximum number of users you intend to have participating at a time. While you may never use your solution at max capacity, it is more practical to ensure you could, if the need arose. You will also want to be sure that your chosen solution is easily scalable, to accommodate users joining or leaving your business.

How easy is it to use?

If a solution is too difficult or complicated for your users to easily leverage, it’s apt to get in the way of effective communications. Key users might experience difficulty accessing the conversation, missing invaluable information. The mobile version of the solution should be equally accessible as the desktop version is, so attendees can participate while mobile.

Does it work with your existing implementations?

As invaluable as a reliable conferencing solution can be, that value only applies if you can use it with your existing infrastructure. Checking for this interoperability will assist you in saving time by eliminating any fiddling with the solution when the occasion to use it arises.

What kind of meetings do you anticipate holding?

Your choice of a solution should also reflect how you plan to utilize it. Are you planning on hosting company-wide forums where everyone can speak up, or are you going to be presenting information in a lecture format as a webinar? Are you likely to do both? Considering your anticipated usage of your conferencing solution makes it easier to select the right one for your needs.

What else do you need your conferencing solution to do?

In today’s business world, the more you can recycle a resource, the better. Taking this into consideration, it is important to include this in your selection criteria for your conferencing solution. Let’s consider webinars again: the ability to record your webinar as you present it can provide you with a reusable resource to refer your clients to in the future. The screen sharing capabilities that many solutions offer today also enable you to pull in other participants to offer their insights.

Of course, having the tools to hold a conference is one thing - effectively holding one is quite another.

How to Hold a Better Conference Call

Stick to the Plan

We’ve all been in that kind of meeting before: there seems to be no real purpose driving the conversation forward, and the meeting seems to be for the sake of meeting itself. A little preparation can help you to avoid rambling tangents. Create an agenda for the discussion and stick to it, sharing it out to your team to let everyone know exactly what will be discussed.

Resist Discussing Everything

Your meetings need to have a laser focus. Make sure that, as you create your agenda, you don’t throw each and every question you have for each participant into your agenda. The temptation to discussing another initiative during your conference can be considerable when the right people are present - the problem is, others who have nothing to do with that discussion will also be present. Don’t waste their time by involving them in a discussion that has nothing to do with them. Schedule another conference to discuss the other topic.

Don’t Pack Your Meeting

While we’re on the topic, don’t have people involved in your conference purposelessly. Not only is this an inefficient way for them to spend their time, it can make it more difficult for anyone to communicate effectively. Instead of packing everyone into a single meeting room, record it for those who only need to hear the information. Also, politeness and courtesy are crucial to an effective meeting. Act as you would as though you were meeting in person to encourage productive discussion.

Eclipse Integrated Systems can help you find the conferencing solution that meets your business’ needs. Call us at 800-340-0505 for more information.

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Eclipse Integrated Systems launches new website!

Eclipse Integrated Systems is proud to announce the launch of our new website at www.eisystems.com. The goal of the new website is to make it easier for our existing clients to submit and manage support requests, and provide more information about our services for prospective clients.

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