Doing things on time and managing
time efficiently are distinct signs of good manners and reliability
in business. However, there are numerous situations when your knowledge
of the current time becomes a far more important component of your
success, spreading beyond punctuality and your image among partners
and customers. In some cases, being in the right place a second
earlier means being accepted into college or company, exempt from
something or, on the contrary, be given something you need or want.
A single second can define whether itТs Sunday or Monday and win
an argument over two bets placed at the same time or answers given
almost simultaneously. A moment can make you a winner, but you must
be 100% sure your clock is showing the right time. Although the
standard Windows clock is pretty accurate, it may run late or run
ahead after system reboots, motherboard battery replacements, manual
correction and changes made by various applications. In this case,
you need a solution that will synchronize your system clock with
a reliable source or many sources for extra accuracy and reliability.
And this is exactly what Absolute Time Corrector does!
If you manage a corporate network
of any size, time accuracy is one of the tasks you have to deal
with. In a corporate environment, it is essential that every computer
(and user) works with the same accurate time. This allows your colleagues
to make it in time for offline and online meetings, join teleconferences
at the scheduled time and send documents before deadlines. The task
of regular time synchronization in your LAN becomes even more important
is you work for a company that works with international clients
or online systems, such as auctions or electronic exchanges. These
automated systems may not let you perform a vital operation after
a certain time, while you may still have a couple of minutes to
go – or so will your Windows clock say.
If you are seeking an all-in-one solution for time
synchronization in your entire corporate infrastructure, Absolute
Time Server is the right choice. It is a full-fledged time server
capable of running as a Windows service. It starts as a background
process, consumes a tiny fraction of your system resources and fully
supports RFC-868 (Time) and RFC-2030 (SNTP) time synchronization
protocols. Deploying Absolute Time Server will be a snap –
this compact solution starts working right out of the box and you
don’t need to initially configure it.