13 May 2021
May Customer Newsletter Recap
Our May newsletter was dispatched to our customer base on Thursday, 6 May.
Check out some of our main highlights from the dispatch:
- Vanderbilt’s ACTpro & ACT365 recently integrated with Thinking Software’s RotaOne time and attendance solution. With the integration, all events generated in ACT automatically come through into RotaOne. This means the client can have an access control system and a time and attendance point, all without any additional hardware or infrastructure. This saves costs and prevents data duplication through the synchronization of a one-point data entry system. RotaOne and Vanderbilt’s ACT portfolio are kindred spirits. Both are very cost-effective tools that make it affordable for companies to protect their premises and manage their workforce. Read More.
- Cybersecurity has again been firmly in the news with a spate of high-profile attacks in recent months. None more so than the SolarWinds cyberattack of 2020, which has been cited by security experts as “one of the potentially largest penetrations of Western governments” since the Cold War. Read More.
- There is no doubt that COVID-19 has changed the way we work, consume and live. More and more is happening online. Since the pandemic struck in 2020, working hours from home have increased by 150 percent. Naturally, this has created an increased need for cloud services. Read More.