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Alertus Desktop™ Notification

 
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Truly effective mass emergency notification should effectively reach your users through multiple channels. Alertus Desktop™ Notification grabs the attention of your computer users immediately with a full screen (or optional partial screen) pop-up alert. When an emergency occurs and you activate a warning, a full-screen alert will appear on all or select PCs and Macs across your facilities. Alertus Desktop™ Notification can be activated through the Alertus Activation Software or your existing third-party personal recipient notification software.

Did you know that certain organizations can qualify for the Alertus Desktop™ Notification Donation Initiative? Click here to learn more and how you can qualify.

Alertus’ optional enhanced desktop notification solution also allows organizations to send non-emergency notifications using partial screen or ticker alerts that provide less intrusive but equally effective methods for communicating company-wide messages.

Alertus Chromebook Notification - the first notification solution of its kind for Google Chromebooks, is built specifically for use by Chrome devices. Click to learn more.

 
 

 
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Map Interface

The desktop notification displays the locations of all alert nodes with geographic location data on interactive aerial map, whereby alerts can be initiated to recipients in a circular or polygonal geographic area.

ThreatWatcher

The desktop notification retrieves and processes alert data from multiple external sources including NOAA weather alerts, general CAP and EDXL-DE alerts.


 

Desktop Notification Key Features

 
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  • Wake-on-LAN (Beta) Capability: Override sleeping computers, waking them to display a notification when an alert is sent. Available for Alertus Desktop Windows client only

  • Lock Screen Alerts: Display alerts on computers when user’s screen is locked

  • Login Screen Override: Display alerts and use usb-connected emergency buttons without a user logged in (Windows)

  • Flexible Display Modes: In addition to full-screen notification, quarter/partial screen and scrolling ticker notifications supported

  • Non-Invasive: Runs in background with minimal network (~1KB per request)

  • Audio & Image Options: Automatically enunciate the alert message with text-to-speech or initiate sound files when a notification is received. Images can be easily embedded in the pop-up alert, or select from the provided library of useful emergency and informational icon images

  • User Restrictions: Advanced permissions to partition and restrict user access to groups, nodes, alert settings, and preset alerts. Multiple permission levels can be designated according to organizational role

  • Outbound Distributed Recipient/Outcall: Utilize the Alertus Console as your one-step activation of third-party personal recipient notification services

  • International Language Support: Bilingual and non-English messages


 
We ended up selecting Alertus Desktop™ Notification because it’s the best way to reach all of our employees in a rapid manner and then have a logged response when people acknowledged the alert.
— Jason Sufka, Security Operations Supervisor, Hennepin County Medical Center

 

Product Resources

 

Learn how you can instantly override computer displays across your network with critical alert messages.

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Alertus Desktop Notification is a flexible and versatile component to the Alertus Mass Notification System. Pop-up screens, partial screens, full screens, or ticker alerts instantly attract the attention of computer users across your facilities. 

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In the event of an emergency, these devices flash and sound to capture the attention of building occupants at a distance and display a custom message about the nature of the emergency and how to respond.

Users can quickly launch an alert for a general emergency—such as an accident or medical emergency—by simply pressing the panic button.

 

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