Posted on October 22, 2010 by Meghan Damico
Do you work for a bank, insurance company, or financial management firm that needs to adhere to good timekeeping practices? Help prevent illegal backdated financial transactions with the Auto-Sync Time Clock
. It ensures financial institutions’ compliance with FINRA OATS Rule 7430
, and offers the highest-quality OATS-compliant time stamp available.
The time clock automatically syncs directly to National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) or any other NTP time source. It provides notification of a time synchronization failure via stamp imprint, LCD display, e-mail or SNMP traps, and can schedule up to 12 sync times a day.
With plug-and-play installation set up is quick and easy. You can manage the time clock via a Web browser over your network and configure and manage each clock through its embedded Web server. You can even save files and generate reports on time sync events, which are important for audits.
To learn more, visit blackbox.com/go/AutoSync, where you can also download the free white paper Making Networks Run on Time.
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