Crystal Point : RoundUp

Recently, we at Crystal Point have expanded our online footprint for current and potential clients. You can now follow us on popular social platforms such as LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter, with additional networks being added regularly. We have also created the...

.NET : Case Study #1- Member Access Pacific

Member Access Pacific (MAP) is an aggregator of the Visa Debit Processing Service (DPS) platform for credit unions.  Committed to the credit union movement, MAP’s special role in the marketplace provides their client credit unions unique opportunities to leverage the...

OutsideView Educational Series : Failover & Failback

NonStop systems are without question the most reliable in the world.  However, when entire data centers can be destroyed by natural or other disasters, advance planning to assure resilient, continued operations and disaster recovery is a necessity, even for NonStop...

.NET : When to Use .NET Macros

When to use .NET Macros? How does one decide when to use .NET API in OutsideView? It really depends on what you are trying to accomplish.  You may want to automate a mundane task or perhaps you may even want to add a slew of minor features to enhance an existing...

.NET : Easier Macro Development with .NET for OutsideView

“Online help for VCBASIC blows”.  That was one of our OutsideView user’s comments about its macro automation language.   As any company knows, those are not the kind of things you like to hear from your customer – frustration in trying to use your product. To be...

OutsideView Educational Series : Make Life Simpler with Workspaces

Each time you start OutsideView, do you manually open session after session after session?  You don’t have to.  Instead, let OutsideView do that for you, saving time and effort.  OutsideView can automatically open your chosen sessions, quickly and easily....

Crystal Point: Our History

History and Introduction Human ability to interact with computers has gone through a number of quantum changes.  input/output started with hard-wired circuit boards, evolved to punch card job decks read within the computer room, and the “modern” cathode ray tube (CRT)...