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Warmer Weather, SMS, and The Night Sky

The snow is dissipating and the weather is getting warmer, and everyone can now look towards summer.

Regardless of what the weather is doing, we are always looking at ways to make improvements to our network and we recently improved our failover technology to ensure that if part of our network does have an issue then users can still access their desktops regardless.

This is great news for our user's and for us as we strive to keep our 99.99% network availability.

 

 

We get asked sometimes if users can SMS directly from the TriSys application.

 Yes you can !

 You can use the SMS action to send your Clients and Candidates short messages to their mobiles.

 You will need to register with an SMS provider first.

 The easiest integration that we have found is with 24x 

(Other providers can be used, but please check with us first)

 You will have to get your TriSys Administrator to set up the details first.

 

TriSys Version 7

Login as Superuser

 Select “Application Properties” on the TriSys Sidebar

  •              Select SMS Password and enter the password

  •              Select SMS Provider and enter the provider name (ie 24x)

•              Select SMS Username and enter the username

 You will have to enter a mobile number on each of the user's personal contact record 

(This can be one central number)

 

TriSys Version 8

 Login as Superuser

 Select "Tools", "Administrator Console", "View", “System Settings” or use the button on the ribbon.

  •              Select SMS Password and enter the password

•              Select SMS Provider and enter the provider name (ie 24x)
•              Select SMS Username and enter the username

  You will have to enter a mobile number on each of the user's personal contact record 

(This can be one central number)

 

You can find further helpful information at :- support.trisys.co.uk

 

Have you looked up to the night sky lately when going home from work?

If you have you would have seen a wonderful sight, two stars shining very brightly.

These are the planets Saturn and Venus.(Venus is the lower and the brighter of the two)

On the 22nd through 24th of February you may see that Saturn, Jupiter, The Moon and Mercury are nearly in a straight line in the evening sky. (Mercury will be visible for about an hour after sunset)

On March 15, Jupiter and Venus will be "In Conjunction" (In the same space in the night sky)

Well worth a look through February and March.

 

Well this is all from me for now, pop back later if you get a mo.


support.trisys.co.uk - support@trisys.co.uk - 01223 393519

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