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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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Tip of the Week: Using OneNote as a Knowledge Center

What’s a Wiki?

A wiki is a place on the web that allows for anyone to build content and edit what others have contributed. This content can be linked to that on other pages based on topics and keywords. For context, think Wikipedia - the name isn’t an accident.

While OneNote can’t compete with an application that is specifically meant to create these kinds of resources, it has quite a few features that make it a reasonable substitute in a pinch. Without any limitations, you can be as granular as you need to be, linking as many pages to each other as you require. Once your wiki is set up, your entire team can access it as a reference.

Setting Up Your Wiki

The first thing you’ll need to do is to create an established homepage that outlines the rest of your database and each topic it covers. These topics can be linked to other pages, certain paragraphs on those pages, or even entirely different notebooks. This means that you can layer your notebooks, adding to the depth of your database. For now, we’ll stick to the basic one-layer setup.

Let’s assume that your first database is going to cover three topics, each with three categories within them.

Linking Options

To simplify things, OneNote has a few options available for you to link to different parts of your wiki.

Link to Pages

As you build your database out, there are a variety of options you can leverage to simplify this process. For instance, once you have your established homepage started, you can easily generate individual pages for each item. Highlight the text you want to use to create a new page, right click, and select Link to Pages.

This generates a new page in your notebook for the item, linking them to the proper text on your homepage.

From there, you can dive deeper and continue to build pages and sections going into your topic in greater detail.

Link to Sections

You can also add links between specific sections. To do so, you’ll first need to highlight the text you want to add the link to. Let’s assume that, in our scenario, Example 1.1.3 and Example 2.2.1 discuss related topics. You can link between these specific sections, sending anyone who decides to click on Example 2.2.1 to view Example 1.1.3.

To do so, highlight the item you want the link to direct to. You should see the option to Copy Link to Paragraph. Clicking that option will add the link to your clipboard.

From there, navigate to the place where you would like to add the link. Highlight the area, right-click, and select Link. Paste the link you copied earlier into the Address bar. If your database is still small enough, you could also pick a location to link to from that window.

Of course, you wouldn’t put all this effort into creating a database if nobody was going to use it. Furthermore, this is going to be a big project… you may want some help with it.

To invite other users to access and collaborate on your database, click File, Share, and select your chosen option. Alternatively, you can also save it to a shared area on your network, which would enable others to access it as needed.

There you have it - with some time, you’ll be able to build up a pretty effective knowledge base for your organization’s benefit.

What have you used OneNote for in the past, if for anything beyond taking notes? What other features does it have that we didn’t touch on? Leave your thoughts in the comments, and make sure to subscribe!

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Is Chrome OS Compatible with Your Business?

Chrome OS
Which applications on your workstation get the most use? Chances are that your web browser is the most used application on your computer. Google understands the importance of this, so it decided to take advantage of this trend by building a device that functions just like a normal computer, sans everything but the browser.

Overall, Chrome OS is basically just a supercharged version of the Google Chrome web browser, meaning that many of the applications that come with the device are web-based and don’t function without an Internet connection. Chrome OS also comes equipped with some software that can be accessed offline, but in order to get the most out of the operating system, you will certainly need an Internet connection.

The Chromebook
Chrome OS is typically found on Chromebook computers, Google’s signature mobile hardware option. There are plenty of different versions of the Chromebook from many of the top hardware manufacturers out there, including Samsung, Acer, HP, ASUS, and Dell. Some even offer a Chromebox, which is a PC that runs exclusively Chrome OS. There is also the Chromebase, which is a combination system that provides a display and Chrome OS in one. One of the hallmark features of these devices is that they provide an easy-to-use interface with quick Internet browsing.

Application Integration
One of the best new features that Chrome OS devices can take advantage of is that they provide easy access to multiple sources of software. One such option is the Chrome Web Store, which provides access to lots of browser-based applications and software extensions that have been developed by not just Google, but countless other organizations. Many Chromebooks also have touchscreens. These devices have access to the Google Play Store apps that are usually run on Android devices, while also supporting Linux-based software. This gives the Chromebook user several options for how to get work done.

Is the Chrome OS Right for Your Business?
When trying to determine if Chrome OS is right for you, ask yourself the following questions:

  1. Does your staff utilize cloud-based software like Google’s G Suite for productivity?
  2. Do the local programs you use have cloud-based options?
  3. Is the cost reduction worth the limited enterprise software options?

If the answer to all of these is “yes,” Chrome OS might be just what your organization needs. To learn more about how to be cost-effective with your organization’s technology choices, give Eclipse Integrated Systems a call at 800-340-0505.

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Microsoft Updates Windows 10’s Security

Advanced Security
With the litany of threats every user faces these days, it is imperative that every user knows exactly what they are facing. Microsoft, like many software developers, have begun to shift their products to be services, which, in turn, has them beginning to offer biannual rollouts to patch major security issues quickly and efficiently. The end-user is inundated with threats that weren’t even problematic a short time ago.

Let's run through some of the security improvements Microsoft has made through the latest updates.

Windows 10 - 1809
This past October, Microsoft released the 1809 update. This provided a more comprehensive patching cadence of Windows 10. It changed the way that Microsoft patches .NET software. It now uses a separate patch, similar to the way they used to do it with the Windows 7. This will allow new features and updates to be easily released to properly integrate with the version of Windows 10 you are working on.

Windows Defender ATP Improvements
Improvements have been made to Microsoft 365, so that now if you purchased the E5 subscription you will have access to an integrated threat analytics dashboard. Here is where you can find recent attacks and the current risks your organization is facing at the moment. It also provides current information about security incidents that have targeted the Windows 10 OS.

Enhanced Reporting
Also available with an Enterprise E5 or Microsoft 365 E5 plan is enhanced reporting to its cloud-based platform, the Microsoft Secure Score Dashboard. This allows you to see, front-and-center, how your antivirus application, Windows 10 security, and firewall are functioning in real-time.

Windows Security Center
What was once called Windows Defender Security Center has dropped the “Defender”. It is used as a reliable reporting tool that will integrate with other parts of your network security system (antivirus, antimalware, antispyware), and is controllable through the Action Center.

Microsoft is constantly improving its security functions to keep your systems, servers, and network safe from the immense amount of threats found on the web. For more information about Windows update 1809, or for any other network security matter, contact the security professionals at Eclipse Integrated Systems today at 800-340-0505.

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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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