FEATURES AVAILABLE IN IDERI NOTE
With IDERI note, you have many features to help you save time and be more responsive.
Various display options
IDERI note offers you various display options for the fast and secure distribution of messages and information within the company. The presentation and design of the messages can be displayed on the desktop and the logon screen via scrolling tickers and popups with different orientations, depending on the requirements, in such a way that they attract immediate attention.
In addition to the previous addressing via message recipients from the Active Directory, network areas can now also be defined; these serve as an additional filter.
In this way, it can be realized that IDERI note messages are only
r angezeigt werden, wenn sich der PC gerade im entsprechenden Netzwerkbereich befindet.
In times when ever larger parts of a workforce work from home, sending IDERI note messages to home offices about events that are only relevant for users on site at the company may not always make sense. On the other hand, addressing IDERI note messages specifically to users working at a home office can also be a very interesting option. For this reason, two easy-to-understand and self-explanatory message options can be used to specifically address home office users or to specifically exclude them from addressing.
Other essential features
Interface to other systems
The IDERI note Commandline tools provide an interface to your systems. For example, events from your ticket system can automatically generate messages.
Low system requirements
Apart from the operating system requirements, there are no other system requirements.
Recurring messages or even scheduled messages that are in the future can be displayed through the offline functionality even if the employees are not connected to the company network at the time a message is valid.
The IDERI note SDK allows users to write their own programs to customise an IDERI note environment. The SDK consists of header files and import libraries, extensive documentation and sample programs that demonstrate various functions and techniques.