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Ease Your On-Site IIoT Tasks with a Secure Managed Network

By Lauren Robeson Menting – Global Communications Specialist Filed in Work Smarter, Cellular IIoT Remote Connectivity

With a properly secured and managed infrastructure communications network, you can streamline data collection – and be on your way to IIoT benefits.

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Securely Connect to Remote Equipment During the Pandemic

By Lauren Robeson Menting – Global Communications Specialist Filed in News & Events, Remote Connectivity

In this uncertain time, reducing production disruptions and minimizing downtime are top of mind for many companies. The remote connectivity service ProSoft Connect enables you to securely monitor and troubleshoot equipment during this time – and its ease of use and scalability will benefit your organization for long after.

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How Machine Builders Benefit from Data Loggers

By Vishal Prakash - Strategic Product Manager Filed in Work Smarter, Remote Connectivity

To capitalize on potential new revenue opportunities, it is critical that the machine builder has access to the correct and accurate data. This is where data loggers come in.

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Single Sign-On for ProSoft Connect: IT-Secure, OT-Friendly

By Vishal Prakash – Strategic Product Manager Filed in Product focus, Remote Connectivity

SSO allows users to access multiple networked applications using one set of credentials. So, for example, if your company has specific portals for HR, training, time sheets, intranet, investor information, a production dashboard, and many others, then as a user you will be able to access all of these portals using one set of login credentials.

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Troubleshoot Problems Anytime, Anywhere with ProSoft Connect Lite App

By Vishal Prakash – Strategic Product Manager Filed in Product focus, Cellular Gateways Remote Connectivity

ProSoft Connect is cloud-native – which means there is absolutely no software to install or maintain as a user. You can access your equipment securely from any browser. Now, imagine being able to remotely connect to your network securely to access an HMI or manage a device not just via any browser but via any device – laptop, PC, tablet, or smartphone…

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Data Logger and DLplus: Which is Best for your Application?

By Vishal Prakash – Strategic Product Manager Filed in Product focus, Remote Connectivity

Data loggers are used to record and store information locally. This recorded information – called time-stamped events – may be used for a number of reasons, including diagnostics, ensuring no holes in data due to loss of communications, predictive maintenance, and long-term performance analysis for efficiency improvements.

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