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Now Use Native Apps in a Tesla

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Now Use Native Apps in a Tesla

Non-cloud software that resides locally on computers, such as ERP systems (SAGE, SAP), can be made cloud-ready via oneclick™ and can also be used in a Tesla. In our case, the application “Sage 200“, which is hosted in the computer centre of the reseller Qmulus Solutions, was tested, however other applications such as SAP or Tableau can also be used.

oneclick™ enables any software, from the web app from the cloud to the native app as a local desktop application, to run securely on all browser-enabled devices. Native apps and business applications run through an HTML-5-enabled web browser while the application itself and its associated data remain in their original location.

Access is provided independently of location and time via the browser – consequently also in the Tesla. Using the large touch screen in the centre console and the installed web browser, the end user can log onto the oneclick™ platform and access all stored applications.

End users can access their existing on-premises landscapes (native apps) 100% web-based via the oneclick™ platform, which makes mobile working possible via any end device, at any time and at any place, without companies having to replace their old software.

The implemented 2-factor authentication (e.g. Google Authenticator or other integrated services) provides additional security for the existing software and infrastructure. Even when accessing via a mobile device the data always remains securely stored in the company.

oneclick™ runs in the browser and is therefore independent of any operating system. oneclick™ is ideally designed for mobile use, as it has an attractive design to work optimally with smartphones and tablets.

A unique, self-developed streaming technology is used that no longer transfers data to the device. Only images of the connection destination are transmitted as encrypted video. Applications are no longer installed locally but run directly in the data centre. The device requires significantly less computing power, which also allows the problem-free use of older models. Even with low bandwidths, oneclick™ works stable (from 128 kbit/s, e.g. 3G, LTE or WLAN) and users will not feel any difference to working on-site.

Applications can be run from any location, including the existing network, private cloud hosting or in the vehicle. oneclick™ takes care of all the authentication required to access the software and presents all applications to the user in an easy-to-use interface.

Further information can be found here: https://oneclick-cloud.com/en/blog/products/using-native-apps-in-a-tesla/

oneclick AG with headquarters in Zurich, Switzerland, and an innovation motor in Prien am Chiemsee, Germany, is specialised in the development and operation of a cloud platform for the automated and secure deployment of digital workspaces. The goal of oneclick AG is to play a major role in shaping and improving end user computing. oneclick AG has been founded in 2015 and has 25 employees.

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Founding editor at IndianWeb2, he's been writing at IndianWeb2 since 2007. Apart from blogging he had a professional career of software developer, Ux developer and search engine marketer in past. His vision of IndianWeb2 has been laid down so as to showcase, encourage and propagate Indian startups, innovation and entrepreneurship ideas.

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