Webroster.net is moving to cloud based hosting, facilitated by a new version of Webroster.net (v3.4.0). The move to our new hosting platform (provided by Amazon Web Services) will ensure that your data is kept in an extremely secure, more resilient and highly accredited environment. What does the move to cloud based hosting mean for you? Improved system resiliency Improved security; your database will be hosted in an ISO 27017 andRead more
Measuring staff absence and the costs associated with it can be a problem for many businesses, especially those employing field-based staff.
The Quality Assurance team at Webroster have been testing Webroster.net online rostering software on the new web browser, Microsoft Edge, that will be launched on 29th July 2015 with Windows 10.
With the ever changing world of technology evolving at a fast pace, your smartphone will only perform at its best if available firmware updates are downloaded.
Three ways Webroster deliver great customer support to Webroster.net users
On 29th May 2014 Webroster opened its doors for a User Open day, welcoming over 25 Webroster.net users from all over the country for an informative and useful day at its Peterborough head office
Workforce management software provider, Webroster Ltd reinforces its green credentials with a tree planting scheme to promote the re-launch of the Webroster.net ‘Audit’ module. ‘Audit’ is an optional module which users can add on to their Webroster.net rostering system. It tracks what changes were made to the system, when and by whom, giving managers a complete system overview and allowing full accountability. A recent development to the module means thatRead more
We were intrigued by this story of a French businessman who managed to operate his business for 40 days from a desert island in the Indonesian archipelago! The Guardian reported: On 8 October, [Gauthier Toulemonde] left his home in Lille with four towel-sized solar panels, a windmill, a laptop computer, a tablet computer and two satellite phones. Toulemonde, who had a budget of €10,000 (£8,300) for the adventure, including €20Read more
08:50 A coffee kick-start before a day of finding faults in everything. Faults fuel a testers’ ego and make us happy. This happiness means that Developers don’t like testers; it’s often an uneasy union! 09:00 I grab my collection of Android phones from the QA configuration lab, and try to provide more information for our mobile developers about a minor issue I’m experiencing with a new feature in ourRead more
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