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HIPAAA Miami-area hospital was tagged with a $5.5 million fine recently for HIPAA violations. Among the multitude of violations that were cited was one we’ve seen in some of the HIPAA security risk assessments we’ve performed: poor access management, including not disabling access for terminated or former employees. Not disabling those accounts can cost you.

If you’re a user of Chrome, be wary of a scam that is making the rounds. If you accidently end up on a website that has a bunch of garbled text and a pop-up about a font not found and Chrome needing an updated font pack, do not click on the update button: That is malware waiting to happen.

HFHILogo PrimaryThe folks at the Bend Habitat for Humanity are great folks. We’ve had the pleasure of working with them for a lot of years, both as volunteers on home builds as well as their IT support team. They’re participating in a local contest where the prize will be a new paint job for their reStore. While all the non-profits that are participating are great organizations, we have a special place in our heart for Habitat for Humanity, having experienced the work they do and seen the joy of home ownership first hand. We’d encourage you to head to Webfoot Painting’s Facebook page and like the Habitat for Humanity video.

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Weston Is Hiring

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Join UsWeston is growing and to make sure we continue to serve our clients to the best of our abilities, we’re hiring two additional folks to join our awesome team in our Bend, Oregon office. The job postings can be found on our Web site.

New Customer Feedback Options

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When we finish up a service request and close out the ticket, an automated email will go out to the main contact on the ticket. That email has always had a link to a customer satisfaction survey. While we love to get feedback on our services (especially considering that part of our team’s compensation is based on customer satisfaction), we weren’t getting the amount of responses we’d like – likely because the survey required a visit to another web site and required answering a few questions and it was a bit of a process.

Long story short, it was clunky and we knew we could do better. So we did.