[September 2th, 2003] - What is Atomic Time and how
is it kept?
Atomic Clock is a device that measures time by
the frequency of radiation emitted by an atom or molecule when it
makes a transition between two energy states. more...
[September 9th, 2003] - How do I get Atomic Clock on my
Currently there are several dozens of atomic clocks
scattered all over the world. Some are located in universities,
others are in governmental institutions. Lucky for you, most of
them are connected to the atomic time servers. more...
[September 16th, 2003] - Who needs Time Synchronizing Software?
OK, so who needs time synchronizing software and
why is there a need to synchronize time? For some reason, people
don't ask each other, why do I need to have a correct time on my
[September 23th, 2003] - Network Time Synchronization.
Having network time synchronizing software is often
a must have requirement for corporate (and other) LANs. That is
quite obvious. A network may include hundreds, even thousands of
computers, some in very remote locations. more...
[September 30th, 2003] - Common issues setting up time
All of TSS (time synchronization software) works
by "taking" the correct time from time servers. In case
of Absolute Time Corrector, there are over 250 time servers in the
database. How can one know which ones to select? That is why ATC
comes with a special wizard that lets even the most inexperienced
users select the right time servers based on their location and
internet connection. more...
[October 7th, 2003] - The dangers of poor network timekeeping.
You can hardly find a company that does not rely
on computer networks nowadays. But too often the companies that
thousands of dollars in computers and hardware fail to remember
purchase atomic time keeping software. And as the result - they
suffer, because most people mistakenly assume that computer clocks
are inherently accurate. Here are the most common dangers of poor
network timekeeping practices. more...
[October 14th, 2003] - Software that requires accurate
A lot of readers contacted us and asked us to tell
them about the software that requires accurate timekeeping. One
of such programs is Energy Spy - a simple, but very helpful application
that lets you automate certain tasks. In other words, it lets you
schedule a shutdown, reboot, logoff, standby, and hibernatation
on the local computer. more...
[October 21th, 2003] - Does you business rely on accurate
time and precision clock?
Many folks still don't understand why they need
accurate time (precision clock) on their computers. What really
surprises me is that a lot of business people do not understand
this. The simple answer for these people is that precision clock
is most likely something you can not afford not to have. Need an
example when lack of accurate timekeeping ruined someone's business? more...
[October 28th, 2003] -Cool software for the Internet.
The Internet starts with a connection, and for
a lot of folks it is still dial-up. FlexibleSoft has a cool dialer
program that has a bunch of extra features the regular dialer (the
one that comes with Windows) does not. This multi-functional dialer
allows you to connect to the Internet with one click from the system
tray. The program monitors your connection, and automatically redials
a new number from the list if you're not allowed or bumped off-line.
The application displays the amount of time you spent on-line in
addition to current connection speed. more...
[November 4th, 2003] -Installing time synchronizing software
to networks - Tips.
A bulk of time synchronizing software purchases
are made by the network administrators. Deploying the software to
every PC is frequently troublesome. If you've encountered that problems,
this article well help you. Of course, we can't talk about all time
synchronizing application - so we will just talk about Absolute
Time Corrector. more...