Software for ambulatory care services now also on Macintosh, Linux and Smartphones can run software for ambulatory care services now also on Macintosh, Linux and Smartphones can run any migration of different operating systems and system architectures is a critical intervention in the IT landscape of a company: but not if you use the right software. “The scenario is familiar of EDP designee in your care service: connect fast yet the PC for the new employee and then connect it with the maintenance software!” Easier said than done, because what the boss does not know: the PC looks while visually still quite fit, at its core is its hardware but outdated and the operating system with the existing software in the network that are not compatible. What so far has a headache your IT professional can be solved over the Internet with CareSocial now finally also easy and inexpensive. A local network between the workstations is no longer necessary, since the PC’s are networked via the Internet indirectly. Thus allow different infrastructure easily connect to different locations. This CareSocial Vetriebsleiter Lutz Hoffmann: our Development Department has in recent months-all the work done so far 74 different system architectures the care software could be running without errors.
There is almost no Internet-capable device CareSocial not running. We are especially proud since CareSocial release 2.6.2 via a so-called WebApp IPhone compatibility,”is guaranteed. Recently, there is also an Internet data plan negotiated specifically for ambulatory care services, which relies on the UMTS and EDGE network from T-Mobile; the networking of the jobs can be done so also without annoying Kabelziehen. Also we noted in recent months that more and more customers with Apple systems on CareSocial changed. Macintosh solutions in nursing services are today so anything other than unusual; Linux has only been occasionally our customers PC’s, however, can be found. However, also here “a trend on, because just greater care to reduce costs will fall back on the free operating system: it finally immense savings in software licensing are possible.