MadgeTech is excited to announce the release of MadgeTech Cloud Services Basic, a free cloud hosted data logging platform. This new service is robust and commitment free, opening up access to a flexible and affordable solution for hundreds of new applications.
MadgeTech Cloud Services users are provided with instant access to real-time data logging information from any internet enabled device, anywhere in the world. Monitoring temperature of storage facilities or continuous process monitoring is easier than ever. Simply access the MadgeTech Cloud Services web based interface from any internet enabled device to view and download recorded data. Monitor multiple facilities and locations around the globe, all with one account, right from the palm of your hand.
With no fees or limits, MadgeTech Cloud Services Basic is available worldwide and provides an uninterrupted, accurate data history. Set up is very easy, sign up for a free Cloud account to connect and view data from MadgeTech wireless loggers within minutes.
Users that require extended reporting capabilities can configure wireless data loggers to transmit to the cloud using the MadgeTech Data Logger Software running on a central PC. MadgeTech Cloud Services Basic also works seamlessly with the newly released RFC1000 Cloud Relay, a data logging hub which transmits directly to the cloud eliminating the need for a computer.
Data collected can now be downloaded to a CSV file directly from the MadgeTech Cloud Services web interface, where it can be filed away for secure, accurate record keeping.
Alerts and notifications can also be configured directly from MadgeTech Cloud Services Basic account. Users can designate important thresholds and generate SMS and email notifications to specified recipients when limits are breached. This allows problems to be headed off before they occur.
MadgeTech is taking cloud data logging to a whole new level!
For more information on MadgeTech Cloud Services Basic, please visit www.madgetech.com/cloud or contact a technical sales representative at (603) 456-2011, or at email@example.com.
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