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Shopping Online the Safe Way

With the online shopping season in full force right now, it's time to be extra vigilant to protect your hardware, software and credit cards for that matter. The cybercriminals are out in full force and waiting for users to let down their guard.

See the top five ways you can protect yourself and shop smart and safe this holiday season.

While we appreciate our valued clients and colleagues all year long, it's so important to stress this during the holiday season. Thank you so much to all the businesses and practices we serve -- and those we hope to serve in the near future. We are grateful for the trust you have placed in us.


Lenovo ThinkCentre M73z

Want enterprise level performance on a budget - and with a small footprint? Try the all-in-one ThinkCentre M73z from Lenovo. It's a desktop unit, but it won't take up too much desk space. Featuring a fourth generation Intel processor and Windows 8.1, this model comes with 4 GB memory, 500 GB hard drive and a slim DVD burner.


MacKeeper Suffers Breach
MacKeeper, software that is supposed to make Macs more secure and stable, has not lived up to its name for millions of its users. Kromtech, which makes the software, suffered a security breach that exposed the usernames, email addresses and other personal information for 13 million customers. According to the company, the security flaw was fixed within hours and there is no evidence the data was accessed by malicious parties.


Apple iOS 9.2
Apple has just released iOS 9.2 which offers improvements to Apple Music and its playlist function, the Top Stories section in News and Mail Drop in Mail to send large attachments. This update also provides support for ATT NumberSync which allows users to place phone calls from an iPad, Apple Watch or El Capitan-based Mac over WiFi without the actual iPhone nearby.


Major Healthcare Practice Pays Steep Fine
We've been reporting nearly each month on various security breaches occurring at healthcare institutions nationwide. This month, we report on the repercussions of one such breach. The University of Washington Medicine has been fined $750,000 for a data breach that exposed the health information of 90,000 patients. Why risk such a penalty? The cost of securing your data is nominal compared to it. Get started with a risk assessment today.


Don't Let Your IT Budget Go Unused

Some businesses slow down at this time of year. At eNet Systems, this is the busiest time for us. Why? Well, so many of our clients use this 'slower' time to plan, schedule and implement upgrades and improvements to their technology systems. So ... how can we help you get ready for 2016?

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Blocking Star Wars Spoilers

Does this scenario apply to you? You cannot see the new Star Wars movie on Friday when it opens and so you are afraid to go online until you can get to the movie for fear of accidentally seeing some type of spoiler. Well there's good news - technology can help you. There is a new Chrome extension called Force Block: The Star Wars Spoiler Blocker. This extension automatically discovers content on the Internet that may contain a spoiler. When such content is detected, black splash page will automatically cover the webpage in question. You can continue on if desired, but you have been warned.