Windows 8 (as well as previous version of Windows to Vista) will all support HIMS. To avoid any complications we strongly recommend that you download the updated patches, and upgrades.
In addition to generating a “paper” version of your report, you are also able to export or send your HIMS reports as a *.pdf, *.txt, *.doc, *.rpt and as a *.xls file format.
HIMS does not perform automatic data backups, however the system will allow you to backup your data and store it in a specific location of your choosing. Backing up your HIMS data is easy to do whichever backup utilities you use i.e. backup CD, external HD, or thumbdrive. This practice will ensure that your data is secure.
Yes you are able to install HIMS for a network environment and as a “server” on a regular workstation, but before installation you must first ensure that your systems meet or exceeds all recommended requirements.
Yes! The Web version of HIMS works beautifully on devices such as the iPad and iPhone, which makes it a great tool for inspectors working in the field.
HIMS will not allow the end user to upload images larger than 2MB. This is done to minimize data space and keep the program running at an acceptable speed. Many digital cameras allow you to define the resolution / size of your photos – changing this setting can help reduce file size.