Can a DeltaTrak PDF data logger become infected with a computer virus? To answer this question, let’s take a look at what is a computer virus, based on what it does: 1) It attaches itself to computer files (i.e. applications, documents and procedures); 2) Once opened, it gives a computer a set of instructions; 3) It replicates itself; 4) It carries a malicious function, such as changing/corrupting files, or accessing passwords. As we can see, a computer virus is largely defined by how it functions.
In today’s world, there are few items more treasured than effective vaccines. But, understanding the vaccine’s value and actually doing something to protect it are two different things. It is absolutely critical to follow proper cold chain practices when handling and transferring vaccines through the supply chain from the manufacturer to the patient.
In order to better monitor vaccine temperatures, DeltaTrak has developed the FlashLink 40527 Certified Vaccine Logger.
The closing of businesses because of the COVID-19 shutdown has been devastating to the economy and to citizens who now have no means of providing for their families. For those business owners with enough money to stay afloat, this time has been an opportunity to re-tool, re-focus and determine how best to proceed in this new environment. Another group of businesses, meat and poultry processors, for example, hasn’t had down time because they have continued operating. Some have even experienced massive increases in the demand for their products.
- Category: Health Services
A flexible Touchless Hand Sanitizer Dispenser has become the latest offering in the fight to keep employees, customers, and students safe. The DeltaTrak 50053 Touchless Hand Sanitizer Dispenser now available and offers flexible refilling options.
The 50053 features a large capacity of 33oz (1000ml) and is able to hold and dispense various disinfectant liquids such as hand sanitizer and soap. No longer will you be constrained in using only one unique type of sanitizing solution or special cartridge.
In a matter of months, the Coronavirus has dealt a major blow to the United States, and we may never be the same. Major institutions are at the point of unravelling. School and university administrators all over the country are debating whether to open their campuses to students in the fall. Sports matches are currently being played in arenas without fans, if at all. Jobless claims have continued to rise. To make matters worse, just when the shelter-in-place orders were lifted and we thought (hoped) the country was on the mend, an attempt to re-open was met with a second wave of virus cases.
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