Storing data in the cloud is a cost-efficient solution that eliminates the need for businesses to invest in expensive on-premise infrastructures.
Offering a unique hosting technology, cloud services give the possibility to run attendance recording, access control, desktop fingerprint reader, or any other specialized software on dedicated servers located all around the world.
Those servers are able to store loads of data generated by your company applications, including those designed for processing and recording attendance data.
In order for communication to start between your biometric attendance software and an identification device used by your employee, the device should be forwarded to the cloud.
That's where a handy app, FlexiHub
, comes into play.
FlexiHub is a simple yet powerful utility that works over the internet and allows remote access to virtually any USB or serial port device
in a couple of clicks. By using this app, you can easily connect a USB biometric reader for a PC or Mac in the cloud.
Here's how to do this:
Whether you are using a Civil PIV Sensor, a U.are.U® 4500 Fingerprint Reader, a Futronic Fingerprint Scanner 2.0, a Goodix FingerPrint, or any other popular biometric device, FlexiHub will come in handy.