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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.

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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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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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Free IT Whitepaper

Free IT Whitepaper

This whitepaper will evaluate the differences between traditional technical support practices and modern managed IT practices and the pros and cons of both in regards to small and medium-sized businesses.


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A BYOD Strategy Can Make a Huge Difference

Sufficient Onboard Security

Chances are you know of someone who uses their dog’s name as their password - in fact, you may even be one of those yourself. Pew Research Center speculates that around 28 percent of smartphone users don’t even use a screen lock.

One of the biggest benefits that an IT department brings is the ability to define and enforce policies that protect the business from potential risks - and in the days of near-ubiquitous smartphone use and personal devices having a very real presence in your office, you need to make sure that you are protected from these risks as well.

For instance, if your employees are to use their personal devices for business purposes, the first thing you need to do is have these devices set to lock after a given period of inactivity, requiring some form of authentication before they unlock again - and, should the incorrect authentication verifier be put in so many times, the device should lock down further. The policy you create to allow employees to use their personal devices should enable you to exercise mobile device monitoring and management, with requisite antivirus and other security-centric tools also in play.

Network Security via Provisioning

Once a personal device is brought onto your network, you will want to provision it for a few reasons. First, doing so will make your devices more secure, and it also helps to ensure that the productivity applications your employees will be using are provisioned correctly. On the topic, your employees need to be granted access to your business’ network - granted, with proper safeguards and security policies in place - rather than a guest network you have set up for them.

Tracking, Access, and Remote Wiping

Nobody likes to think that a device - business or personal - containing company data should ever turn up missing or be absconded with. However, this is one unfortunate reality that you need to address, along with the possibility (however remote) that a device used the company network to access illegal content. This could leave the company liable as well.

In order to avoid these kinds of concerns, your IT team needs to have a variety of capabilities. These capabilities include the ability to remotely access and track the devices included in your BYOD implementation, monitoring the content accessed by these devices and pushing updates and other software improvements. Furthermore, using these capabilities, IT can completely wipe this data remotely - helpful whether a device went missing under mysterious circumstances, or if an individual leaves your employment with some of your data on their personal devices.

BYOD can be a huge benefit to businesses of all types. Eclipse Integrated Systems can help you implement this kind of policy. To learn more, give us a call at 800-340-0505.

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Tip of the Week: Two-Factor Authentication Boosts Your Security

When you commit to using a password management tool, it can make it much easier to securely get into your accounts, especially since there are settings inside of the password manager that will remember specific devices. If you put a 2FA platform in place, you click on the account you want to sign in, and instead of going to the site, you are taken to an interface where you are asked for a code. You can either use an authentication app or get a code via SMS/email that will give you the code needed to access the site you want to go to. Some sites will use a reCAPTCHA tool, where you have to confirm that you aren’t a computer. Regardless, more and more sites, apps, and services are looking for end users to use more secure means of authentication in order to gain access to websites and information.

More About Two-Factor Authentication

As mentioned above, you’ve probably seen 2FA in action. Secure sites like your bank or credit card will have it as a default to ensure that it is you that is, in fact, accessing the secure information. Sites like Google and Facebook have options in which allows users to put in practices 2FA. It really is a much more secure way than just having a password in place to secure important information and applications. 

By definition, two-factor (or multi-factor authentication) are authentication methods where a user is granted access only after successfully presenting two pieces of evidence to an authentication mechanism: knowledge, and possession.

Knowledge: This is your password. You’ve memorized it or stored it securely in a password manager. The idea is that only you know it or have access to that information. In events where you don’t know your password, some sites might also accept your full email address or phone number in order to reset your password.

Possession: This is something that you own and almost always have in your possession. This is typically your smartphone, but other methods might have you carrying around a USB thumb drive or an electronic key that generates a random number.

The instantaneous code that is sent provides one more feature. It acts as an informant. If somebody were to log into one of my accounts with my password, I would find out instantly. Even then, they wouldn’t be able to get the PIN from my text message or authenticator app to finish the login process. This tells me I should change my password immediately, but otherwise my account should be safe.

Don’t Assume You are Safe

Just because you’ve chosen to use two-factor authentication, doesn’t automatically mean you are completely protected. After all, the systems, while behind two layers of security instead of one, are still able to be accessed if credentials are available. In fact, there have been plenty of high-profile attacks where 2FA was enabled and hackers still gained access. 

You need to ensure that you use strong password practices and keep other people from gaining access to your authentication information, including using individual passwords for each account so that if one password were to become compromised, that others wouldn’t follow suit. 

Recently, we saw the launch of Disney+, and it was reported that several thousand users had their brand-new accounts hijacked within hours of the launch of the service. This wasn’t because Disney was hacked, of course, it was because hackers just attempted to log in to steal accounts with emails and passwords that they already had from some other data breach. 

Phishing attacks are plaguing millions of inboxes every single day. These attacks replicate the website in which they are impersonating, with a realistic login screen. Users are tricked to go there, fill in their information, and the credentials are directly sent to the cybercriminals.

Two-factor authentication may not be the be-all, end-all to keeping your network-attached resources secure, but it does put one more step between you and the cybercriminal. For more information about how you can use 2FA, call our technicians today at 800-340-0505.

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Is Your Network Up to Speed?

How Many Devices Does Your Network Have to Cope With?

Your business could have expanded or cut back in the time since your network was set up, which means that your infrastructure may have too few (or too many) resources for its needs. You need to estimate the total number of devices connecting to the network - as well as the total number of users. Your users are likely to have multiple devices that connect to the Internet to function, and that’s in addition to the devices you have installed for communal use, like Wi-Fi enabled printers, point-of-sale systems, and other, similar components.

If it turns out that your wireless network is being overtaxed by the demands you are putting on it, certain devices can be directly hardwired to help ease the burden on your wireless network.

What Processes Does Your Network Need to Support?

Based on what your business does as a part of its operations, you will need to be sure that your infrastructure is able to support your needs. For instance, there are different kinds of routers to select from. Different routers have different capabilities and features. The IT experts at Eclipse Integrated Systems can help you make the right choice without overspending or ending up with a router that will be your network’s bottleneck.

How Much Do You Rely on Secure and Consistent Internet Access?

Many modern businesses rely on Internet access for their productivity, but this Internet access can also let in serious threats if there is nothing done to stop them. Therefore, it makes sense for you to seek out networking equipment that gives you the security of having a second network option, in case your primary connection goes down, as well as to protect this connection with enterprise-grade antivirus and firewalls.

If you want to make sure your network is properly prepared for your demands of it, reach out to the professionals at Eclipse Integrated Systems. We’re here to help your business prepare for success. Give us a call at 800-340-0505 to get started.

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Eclipse Integrated Systems launches new website!

Eclipse Integrated Systems is proud to announce the launch of our new website at 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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