Yes, you can! (Exceedance Notifications, on the other hand, are for identifying when you have over x number of events that match a certain criteria over a specified number of days/weeks.) In the Config App -> Type Maintenance, on the far right column of the Auto Assigned Lists -> Notifications, you see the column “Severity”.[…]
All upgrades to the AEMS system are deployed in a manner that requires no additional action on the part of the client to maintain the current configuration, unless it is absolutely unavoidable to do so. Data entered into AEMS is not altered during updates. All new functionality is disabled by default and action must[…]
AEMS ships with individual Web pages that provide field-level user help. An online User’s Guide is also available to all users. Additional How-to help can be easily created by the client and linked with the application. Calls may be logged with CCD during normal business hours using our toll free number 1-800-862-9939. Extended support is[…]
Users can change their passwords from the “User Maintenance” menu on the Web page. Users reset their password by providing their existing password and providing a new password, with a confirmation. The new password must meet requirements as set by the system administrator. The system administrator can also set a new password for the user.
Security assignments are defined by the Roles and Rights that are assigned to each user. Rights determine which events the user can access (set by Facility, Department, Category, Phase, Severity, and Confidentiality of each event). These rights can be restricted to allow access to a specific facility, child-facilities within a facility, or all facilities, and[…]
AEMS is compatible with 128-bit SSL encryption.
AEMS Users may be authenticated using Microsoft’s Active Directory (AD) Service. All users must be preloaded into AEMS, including the assignment of their roles and permissions. When the user is authenticated using their Windows AD account, AEMS matches their AD Logon ID to an account in AEMS in order to obtain their AEMS[…]
The servers may be shared with other processes requiring server resources. AEMS requires IIS and SQL Server. These may be hosted on single server, or may be on separate servers. For security reasons, we strongly recommend running 2 separate servers networked to allow Web access to the database.
Our system runs without any problems using Internet Explorer compatible browsers and any version of SQL Server after version 2000. As of Version 4.1.53 AEMS will work with Chrome, testing is ongoing for compatibility with other browsers. CCD Systems is a Microsoft Partner and will continue to ensure that AEMS runs on the Microsoft platform.[…]
AEMS will run on all Windows operating systems capable of running Internet Explorer 7.0 or later.