Yes, the Onelog Mobile module provides app based support for iOS, Android, Windows and MacOS devices.
So far, we have not encountered any web resources that Onelog cannot connect to and monitor. As a result, we believe that Onelog can manage anything that runs in a web browser.
No, Onelog allows unlimited resources to be managed by the system. There are no licensing restrictions or added costs as the number of managed resources increases.
Yes, Onelog supports tabbed browsing in Internet Explorer, Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox.
Onelog supports Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox and Microsoft Edge web browsers.
No, Onelog is not a proxy server solution. It uses the internet connection available on the user’s computer to connect to web-based resources.
Yes, Onelog is compatible with Citrix XenApp & XenDesktop and Windows Terminal Server.
Onelog uses Microsoft IIS running on Windows Server.
Onelog uses Microsoft SQL Server.
Yes, Onelog base is a requirement, you can add any additional modules your organisation needs.