Atola TaskForce has three connectivity options:
Atola TaskForce is equipped with two 10Gb Ethernet ports. Whenever the system is connected to a local network via one of its Ethernet ports, an IP address will be displayed on the IP screen on the front panel of the system.
Supported network features:
If the system is connected via both Ethernet ports, two IP addresses will be displayed on the screen. These IP addresses are assigned to TaskForce by your DHCP server.
With the help of these IP addresses, TaskForce can be operated by multiple users siultaneously from their workstations or mobile devices:
Through Chrome browser one can remotely track and manage tasks, power devices on and off, open, edit and print cases etc.
Types of devices that can be used to access TaskForce simultaneously include:
TaskForce software can be open in Chrome browser within any OS.
This functionality enables a group of users to work on different assignments using the same tool. This helps utilize TaskForce’s multitasking capabilities to the maximum and track operation progress remotely. The number of users accessing TaskForce simultaneously is unlimited
TaskForce is equipped with highly responsive HD screen (see Hardware specs), which allows the system’s use in standalone mode.
Whenever the system is not connected to a network via its 10Gb Ethernet ports, Standalone mode status will be displayed on the IP screen.
In this mode, you can image data from multiple source drives to target drives in parallel. Thanks to its compact size TaskForce can be easily used in the field.
The third way to access TaskForce's user interface is via Wi-Fi 802.11n 150 Mb/s adapter. The adapter is optional and can be purchased from your preferred retailer. Here is a link to the supported adapter sold on Amazon. To enable the adapter, follow these steps:
The vast connectivity options make TaskForce a great tool for using both in the lab and in the field.