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EOU Student Special – EONI Broadband Internet Access
September 16, 2014

Are you an EOU student?  We have updated our plans for EOU students to allow you either DSL or wireless access at special discounted rates.  Drop into our office at 216 Chestnut Street in La Grande with your student ID card to … Continue reading

Tags: EOU, wireless, DSL
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What’s Wrong With Your Pa$$w0rd?
August 29, 2014

And, while you”re at it,  after you finish this video you might want to check out the crossword puzzle based on passwords compromised in the infamous Adobe password breach a while back:

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August 29, 2014

For years we have been telling you to use strong passwords to protect your online security. We keep pushing this because (1) we find that many people still don’t take the matter seriously enough — at least, not until they’ve … Continue reading

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EONI DNS Problems
May 30, 2014

This morning EONI became aware that customers were having problems accessing email and other web sites hosted by EONI. For a few years EONI has contracted with on off-site company to provide secondary domain name service (DNS). The purpose of … Continue reading

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Thanks to our fantastic customers!
May 2, 2014

EONI has fantastic customers!Thanks to our customer Gene who brought us this cake this morning!

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Stop Using Microsoft’s IE browser Until Bug Is Fixed
April 29, 2014

In a rare move that highlights severity of security hole in popular Internet Explorer, US Computer Emergency Readiness Team and UK counterpart say some IE users may want to “consider employing an alternate browser” till flaw is patched.  Read on … Continue reading

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Video Streaming Reality Check
April 24, 2014

Earlier this month, Netflix announced that it would stream some of its video content, with more to come, in 4k (Ultra HD). (See the Christian Science Monitor’s take on this, as an example of recent press coverage.) Higher resolution picture … Continue reading

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