Since its announcement nearly one month ago, FileMaker 14 has provided several businesses and individuals the relief of point-and-click level simplicity and allowing productivity and appeal to soar for those using desktops, iOS devices and mobile browsers alike.
FileMaker has some great benefits in all of its versions:
- Requires no programming skills.
- Can be created and active within hours.
- Multi-platform usage.
- Safe information sharing.
- Data integration from outside sources.
- Built-in reporting tools that provide aesthetic appeal.
The new 14 platform features FileMaker WebDirect, which has a redesigned toolbar that adjusts to the screen size of any web browsers on desktops or tablets and delivers a 25 percent boost in processing time. The new version comes with a wide collection of design tools that function efficiently on both mobile and desktop interfaces. It also hosts a new Launch Center for improved access to databases with its app-like interface and the updated FileMaker Server hastens the recovery process for unreliable or lost network connectivity.
Here are some key components of the new release from CanadianReviewer.com:
- Redesigned interface in FileMaker Go 14 for a clean appearance and consistently user-friendly experience.
- Updated scripts to provide better control over how solutions run on iPads and iPhones.
- New set-screen orientation.
- Touch keyboard enable/disable option.
- Richer text formatting.
- New audio/video playback controls to enact self-paced training applications and more.
- Doubled amount of supported simultaneous connections.
- Auto-reconnect to ease the recovery process for network connectivity.
- Enhanced security via strengthened password controls for the Server Admin Console.
- New standby server option that gives seasoned admin more business data availability.
With all of its options and versatility, FileMaker 14 can be a bit overwhelming to users. For FileMaker support and training in Wisconsin, including help with installation and configuration, contact MC Services today.