To move Joan with ease when changing the office.
Joan charges via the enclosed Micro USB cable. If you wish to charge Joan with a charger instead, it should be a certified Micro USB charger with an input rating of 5 V, 1A max.
Joan can be attached to any surface with a cableless, self-adhesive magnetic mount. The device requires no brackets.
It means that the Joan devices connect to your calendar by running on the Microsoft Azure cloud, supported by the Visionect Server.
It means that Joan devices run on your own, on-premise server infrastructure. There’s no monthly fee. The server setup and maintenance falls to you.
On-premise hosting is free, whereas in-the-cloud hosting involves a monthly fee of 4.99 per device.
You can access the Joan Dashboard to oversee all of your devices and settings at portal.joanassistant.com.
The quality of your wireless network critically influences all aspects of Joan’s performance. If your Wi-Fi connection is not stable, this will affect Joan’s interaction speed, battery life, system stability and more.
Joan Assistant and Joan Manager connect via the Wi-Fi (IEEE 802.11 b/g/n, 2.4GHz only) standard, with a WPA2-PSK encryption. Joan Executive offers WPA2 Enterprise encryption.
Every Joan device needs to connect to a server that provides configuration for devices and connection to various calendar APIs. Joan then fetches all data directly from the calendar provider, so no data is stored on our servers.
Yes. We currently offer an interface in 11 languages (English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, Dutch, Lithuanian, Polish, Slovenian, Klingon).