Posts Tagged: Oklahoma Law Enforcement Telecommunications System

Oklahoma Deploys OpenFox Desktop 4.0

CPI recently cut to production our 12th deployment of Desktop 4.0 to the OpenFox System for the Oklahoma Law Enforcement Telecommunications System (OLETS). The deployment also included an upgrade to Configurator 7.5. Desktop 4.0 is the latest version of the GUI (graphic user interface), or what the clients use to access the various OpenFox Products….

Oklahoma DPS Adds New DMV Web Service

CPI OpenFox implemented a new web services interface to process driver-related transactions to a new DMV service for the Oklahoma Law Enforcement Telecommunications System (OLETS). The new web services interface will replace the current TN3270 mainframe interface at the Oklahoma Department of Public Safety. The primary objective of this project was to replace the legacy…

OpenFox SAM On-Site Deployed in Oklahoma

We are happy to announce that CPI has installed Site Automated Monitoring (SAM) On-Site in Oklahoma.  More about SAM On-Site:  OpenFox SAM (Sites Automated Monitoring) application, CPI monitors the various customers that allow access to their systems to retrieve the required information.  This allows CPI personnel to monitor and maintain the health of a production…

CPI Deploys OpenFox Soft Tokens in Oklahoma

Section of the CJIS Security Policy requires agencies to use Advanced Authentication when accessing CJI from a non-secure location. Keeping with CJIS compliance, CPI has implemented OpenFox® Soft Tokens v1.0 for Oklahoma Law Enforcement Telecommunications System (OLETS). CPI enhanced the existing OpenFox advanced authentication method to work with CPI-generated Google Authenticator soft tokens.  CPI…