2017 Statistics

New Year Contest

At the start of a new year, we often take the time to reflect back on the things that we’ve accomplished in the last twelve months. The LabStats Development team decided to do just that and have some fun with it, so we are holding a contest and will buy the winner lunch at a restaurant of their choice.

In the year 2017, the LabStats cloud was used to track a record number of computer sessions, and the total length of all of those computer sessions also exceeded previous records by a long shot. How many total hours of computer sessions were recorded exactly? Enter the contest here with your best guess.

To make things interesting, we’ll offer a few clues. With an equivalent amount of time, you could do any of the following:

Watch the original Star Wars trilogy at least 62 million times

Use the New Horizons spacecraft to make at least 2,300 round trips between Earth and Pluto

Follow Jeremy Harper’s footsteps by matching his Guinness World Record by counting aloud from one to a million at least 182 thousand times

We’ll send the winner a $20 gift card to their choice of restaurant (Texas Roadhouse, Olive Garden, Buffalo Wild Wings, Red Robin, Applebees, or Subway). The person who guesses the closest to the actual number wins, and if a tie exists, the person who submitted their guess first will win. Only one entry is allowed. The contest will end on February 15th, 2018 at 11:59 PM Mountain Time. The winner will be notified shortly after the end of the contest and will then be announced in the next LabStats newsletter.

Big Plans for 2018

This past year we have been working hard to introduce the new LabStats to all of our customers. We have migrated the majority of our customers over to the new LabStats and have been getting great reviews on all of our new features and reports.

We had a great year of growth and have some exciting things for 2018, based on the feedback we recieve. If you know of anyone that could benefit from LabStats and the savings that LabStats provides, please reach out to our sales team

New Support Articles

We have created several new support articles. One of them is a basic troubleshooting guide that should help you solve issues that may arise. We also outlined how to use and get the information you need from LabStats’ reports. If you ever have any questions feel free to contact us at support@labstats.com
Peak Usage History
Active Session History
Average Login History
Average Usage History by Week