Defaults are system settings that apply to users at all facilities, such as the greeting used by the Genie or the ring tone used to announce a call.
The Vocera Platform uses adapters to integrate with external systems and devices.
Datasets allow Vocera to store and refer to a large amount of contextual data, such as data about users, groups, devices, templates, and more to generate alerts and notifications.
Workflows allow users to interact with information stored in the Vocera Platform.
Configure TCP identity, time zone, and the time server settings for the network in the Vocera Platform.
The Voice License page displays information about the features supported by the Voice license that your system is using as well as thresholds for supported features, such as the number of concurrent users you are allowed or the number of telephony ports available to your system. The information on this page is display only; it reflects the capabilities provided by your underlying license. If you have updated your license at the command line and the Vocera Platform Web Console does not display your new capabilities, you may also use this page to refresh the display of your license information.
The Platform License page displays the last time the license file was updated and also the names of any solution packages that were imported as part of the licensing process.
You can create and manage backup files of the entire system, including stored data and configured adapters.
The Vocera Platform offers high availability (HA) feature to ensure that services are available for automatic fail over in a cluster.
Badge Properties Editor Badge Properties Editor is a tool that allows you to set properties for the badge and lets it connect to the wireless network.
The EMDAN solution includes configuration packages providing components that most typical Vocera Platform health care customers need. When these packages are installed, they deploy the dataset conditions, rules, adapters, templates, templated events, and workflows needed to support typical health care functionality.
After your installation is complete, use the Installed Software page to see the full list of software that is installed on your system.