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?
A friend of mine had his own website for five years. The largest
asset by far has been a list of several thousand subscribers that
generated a nice income for him ($2800 a week, as a matter of fact).
He new that computers sometimes go nuts, so he bought automatic
backup software that automatically made a reserve copy of his website
and subscribers list. It saved him his business a couple of times.
And ruined it too. The way backup software worked was the following
- it looked at the dates of the files and overwrote old ones with
the new ones. Everything was OK, before something happened to his
computer clock - it thought it was 1953 in the year 2000. Backup
software stopped performing synchronization and for several months
his subscriber list did not get updated. People, who signed up after
that did not get anything in their inboxes, needless to say they
were very unhappy and pretty soon he started making less money.
Then the computer crashed and he was stuck with old website copy.
To make the long story short, he still makes less money he did before.
However, he did get precision clock software after that. And we
are willing to give a free copy of Absolute Time Corrector to anyone,
who tells us a story about how accurate timekeeping (atomic time,
precision clock) software helps them run their business.
You can now purchase a family license for any of our products. A Family
License allows you to use the product on 3 home computers. Purchasing a
family license gives you three licenses for the price of two.
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