Here we are in the midst of April and the weather forecast isn’t looking much like spring. Our Procare campus is located in the Pacific Northwest, Southern Oregon region, nestled in the Rogue Valley. Our snow accumulation this year is extremely low, with a nonexistent snowpack. We have been without significant “weather events” this year, unlike the East Coast. With all of the predictions calling for more snow, ice, wind, or tornados for much of the nation, are you prepared? If you happen to be utilizing Procare Data Hosting Services, you are better prepared to handle any emergency situation.
Data Hosting allows you access to Procare information from any high-speed, internet-connected device. How convenient would it be to log in from your home computer (on a snow day or any day) to keep tabs on recent activity, run reports, or enter data that you just didn’t have time to get to before the bad weather hit? Continue reading
Sending a message in a bottle could be the only means of communication when you’re stranded on a deserted island, but it may take a while to hear back from civilization. Depending on the circumstances, that may be just fine with you. Sometimes we need to unplug for a while.
There are several ways to remotely access your child care database. The best option, for your situation, depends on what you’ll want to do remotely and how many people need to be connected at the same time.
One of our most popular articles over the past year has been how to Access Procare from Home. As a follow up to that post we’re currently looking into ways that a next generation of Child Care Management Software could further enable access to a shared database from remote locations.
Two things on the front burner are offering a service to host your data and structuring Procare Software® so it may run on your own Virtual Private Network (VPN). Continue reading
Ever wanted to get to your ProCare information from home? Or perhaps you need access from another computer, like a laptop, that is not at your child development center? This is a request we hear more and more. Although there are a number of ways to accomplish this, the most common is to use the “Remote Desktop” capability built into Windows. Continue reading