Infection control in the operatories across all instruments has never been easier. Cleankeys has introduced the next generation of hygienic keyboards. They have also introduced monitoring software that alerts users when to clean the keyboards! We like the fact that the company listened to consumer feedback and then implemented the changes suggested in order to have a better user experience.
In today’s business environment many offices are looking toward using technology for the competitive edge.
Striving to find the best and most applicable technology for offices, we have found two pieces of hardware that can change the way you look at operatory computers.
Here is a summary of some cool new things we’ll be implementing as well as some other interesting technologies you can pick up on your own.
Bridging to other software has advantages and disadvantages.
Don’t know where to begin? Overwhelmed with features, benefits, choices? Is cost a major consideration? One of the easiest, most versatile and least expensive products to integrate into the dental practice has been the digital camera.
- By: Dominic Babinski (Updated by Mark Crews)
- On: 10/24/2007 15:54:44
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Intra-Oral Digital Radiography is quickly emerging as one of the "hottest" areas in dentistry, a popularity that is in great part fueled by the improved accessibility, performance, and decreased price of PC’s. Surveys indicate that Digital Radiography is on or near the top of the wish lists of a very high percentage of dentists.
We've been getting a lot or enquiries about the disk space requirements of CSI vs. those of other Image management systems. Some suppliers of these systems are promoting high-ratio file compression which makes for smaller files. The supposed benefits are less hard disk space usage as well as greater speed. It is important to note that:
One of the most known features of Digital Cameras today, is the amount of Megapixels (MP) you have. Megapixels ultimately decides the maximum picture size you can take, but what is most commonly overlooked is exactly how many Megapixels is adequate for the what you are doing.
The I-Tech Virtual Keyboard uses the latest in infrared, laser and Bluetooth technologies to project a full sized keyboard onto almost any flat surface. Although its main intent is for use with portable devices such as Pocket PC’s and SmartPhones, the I-Tech Virtual Keyboard can also be connected to your PC via Bluetooth. This enables users to work just as efficiently and effectively but at the same time taking away bulky oversized keyboards and maintaining a sterile environment, which is a major concern in many offices.