September marks a change of season and a time of transition. School is back in session and we are reminded of the need to be a lifelong learner. This month we've assembled a variety of articles that can broaden your horizons and deepen your understanding of Virtual TimeClock.
On September 22, we posted Virtual TimeClock 16 Release 5. Our latest maintenance release has over a dozen enhancements and program improvements. Updates are always free with your enrollment in our software Maintenance & Support program.
Apple's newly released macOS Sierra (10.12) is fully supported in Virtual TimeClock 16 Release 5. We are delighted with the California landmark chosen for the Apple's new system since our city is known as the 'Gateway to the Sierras'.
We get lots of questions about biometrics and the problem of user's punching in and out for one another. We recently addressed these issues in an article entitled "Virtual TimeClock, Biometrics, & Buddy Punching."
Our more technical users regularly ask us about using Virtual TimeClock in a Terminal Services environment. We've recently posted a simple overview answering a number of common questions on the topic.
We recently updated our website for easier navigation and added several new resources. The articles we link to in these newsletters, and hundreds of others, are available on our website for you to explore.