One increasingly popular use for Apple iPads is check-in. One advantage is that iPads are totally portable, plus they can be used for other purposes when not being used as a check-in station.
This month, Jamey McElveen, an R&D Programming Manager for ACS, shares some security tips to follow when using your smartphone. And if you’re on church staff, you’ll be interested in his second article on the updated ACS apps that have just been released.
We are all reflecting on the sad news of the passing of Apple founder and visionary Steve Jobs. Having been in the computer industry for the entire duration on Steve Jobs career, I have to reflect some on the impact his work had on the church software market. Back in the early days at ACS… Continue Reading »
Today I was awakened by my iPhone playing music from a radio station 200 miles away. So far today, I’ve used my iPhone to interact with twitter, send and receive texts, take phone calls, check stock prices, check the location of meetings, read news, and probably some other things I can’t remember. I also built… Continue Reading »
Thanks everyone for the flood of comments regarding the release of our update to the Church Life Mobile apps last month. In case you didn’t know, we released updates to the iPhone app and also released the applications on the Android platform. You can get the apps by going to the iPhone store or the… Continue Reading »
A common question posed to us on Twitter and Facebook is if our solutions are Mac-friendly. These days “church software” is no longer confined to the yard sale reject PC’s (complete with that nifty minesweeper game). ACS Technologies has to remain current with the needs of our clients and this means being compatible with other… Continue Reading »