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Time Machine Systems
Published By : https://www.virtualclocktimemachine.com.au/
Did you know that you can use Virtual TimeClock software on the web? With
Virtual TimeClock's remote connectivity, there's no need to rush to the office
early or stay late just to review time cards prior to payroll processing. In a few
simple steps, you can be managing employee time cards from anywhere you
have an Internet connection. Here are several ways a remote time clock can be
a huge productivity booster. Monitor the in and out status of all workers in
real-time, without having to be at the office. Bookkeepers and HR personnel
can process payroll from their own computer, even when they're in a
completely separate location. Do you want to learn more? Visit Virtual Clock
Time Machine .
Centralize time card data even though staff travel between different office
locations throughout the week. Keep track of hours worked by telecommuters,
even if they're working in a different city. Virtual Time Clock uses fast and
reliable TCP/IP network communications to connect computer time clocks over
the Internet as well as your local business network. There are only two
technical details you need to worry about. The first is the type of Internet
connection at your time clock server computer location. The second is a simple
configuration change to the router managing that Internet connection.
Static IP Address-There are two types of Internet connections available: one
uses a dynamic IP address and the other uses a static IP address. A static IP
address is necessary to access your network from a remote location because a
static IP address doesn't change. Your Internet service provider (ISP) can verify
or upgrade your Internet service to include a static IP address. Most business
networks connected to the Internet have a gateway or router that allows
information to come and go across the Internet while preventing outsiders
from accessing the local network resources and data. This is commonly known
as a firewall. Occasionally, an entire computer is dedicated to function as the
router or gateway. Most often, the gateway or router is an inexpensive
hardware device from companies such as Cisco, Linksys, and NETGEAR. Time
Machine has some nice tips on this.
Port Forwarding-The key to remote access is to open a single port on the
router of your server network to allow remote time clock clients to connect.
The remote client talks to the router using the static IP address assigned to
your router at a designated port and the router forwards the information to
the server. This is commonly known as 'port forwarding' or 'port mapping'. To
use port forwarding, you must configure TCP/IP manually on the computer
running the time clock server so it uses a specific IP address rather than
obtaining one automatically. The steps to set up port forwarding will vary
depending on your router so you'll need to consult the user's guide that came
with your router for the exact steps. Have a look at Time Machine Virtual
Clock for more info on this.
Time Machine provides software virtual clocks that enable to thoroughly go
through all the financial deals carried at any time of the financial year, say for
example, month end, quarter end, billing cycle, and so on. Windows, Linux,
and On-Iron are some of the softwares used in the time machine and largescale projects can be completed on time with the help of this system clock.
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