Pinpoint the Time With a GPS Clock

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Did you know that time is relative? Many have tried and failed to impose constructs on time. For example, the Soviet Union attempted to enforce five and six-day weeks from 1929 to 1931. Obviously, they were unsuccessful. Then, after the French Revolution, there was an attempt to institute a ten-hour clock. Let’s all be thankful…

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How to Manage Your Time Better

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Time management is one of the most difficult tasks that adults struggle to master. With so many things demanding your time, it can be a challenge to keep to a steady schedule. It takes extra organization and planning ahead to stay on task, even when life throws challenges your way. Below are some tips on…

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How Synchronized Clock Systems Help Your Business

Synchronized clock systems are systems that allow you to put a network of computers all on the same time. This can be done using PoE clocks, WiFi clocks, or GPS clocks. They are all known as Network Time Protocol (NTP) clocks because they use the NTP networking protocol to synchronize computer systems. How Do Synchronized…

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How Your Office Can Achieve Network Time Synchronization

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  A lack of synchronized clock systems can cause problems within a streamlined office environment. Coordinating important events or having employees clock out at a specific time requires synchronized time across an entire network for peak efficiency. Without this synchronization, everyone might be at slightly different times when they punch in or out — this…

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NTP vs. PTP Time: What’s the Difference?

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When looking for synchronized time server solutions for a business, people everywhere have the same question: “What’s the difference between PTP time and NTP time and which is right for me?” The answer depends on what level of time accuracy your business requires to operate smoothly. But before we get to the difference between NTP…

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How Network Time Protocol Can Save Your Company

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Did you know that humans have been keeping time for 5,000 to 6,000 years? The ancient Egyptians were the first to tell time by using obelisks as primitive sundials, while the first mechanical clocks were invented in Europe in the 14th century. This shows how important time is to human beings and in the running…

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Learn Some Unique Applications of Power over Ethernet (Poe) Clock Systems

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PoE, or Power over Ethernet, is a system approved by the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers. The system allows a facility to send power and data through a single Ethernet cable. Usually, most facilities send and receive data through two pairs of wires, although CAT 5 cords have four pairs. PoE clocks have come…

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Set it and Forget It — The Beauty of Wifi Clocks

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Where would we be without our clocks? They’re constantly with us — from a good old-fashioned watch to the phones we carry with us everywhere. We’re a society that runs by the clock — fitting, since we’ve been keeping time for 5,000 to 6,000 years, starting with primitive sundials and moving up to the high-tech,…

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Network Time Servers: What You Should Know

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Network time servers, or a clock server for short, is a computer server that reads the actual time from a point of reference. By reading this reference clock, a clock server then distributes the time information across all clients and members on your server using a computer network. The clock server may use a local…

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