Chatham, N.J. (February 23, 2007) – Desktop Alert, Inc. today announced the company will be exhibiting its industry leading mass notification platform at the U.S. Air Force 2007 Worldwide Command Post Conference. The event will take place from February 26 to March 2, 2007 at Peterson Air Force Base in Colorado Springs, CO. Desktop Alert will speak to well over 400 Air Force attendees from command posts worldwide.
"Our presence at the Peterson Air Force Base conference is appropriate as Desktop Alert is the selected mass notification provider for the Peterson Air Force Space Command Center. Attendees will meet Desktop Alerts actual clients at the exhibit. There is no better way to present a company and product then through that of a happy client," said Howard Ryan Founder and CEO of Desktop Alert Inc.
About Desktop Alert, Inc.
The Desktop Alert Emergency Mass Notification System utilizes "Actionable Intelligence." The ability to in-place intelligent methods, functions and triggers that interact with and bring crucial data to and from end-users based on end-user and/or management's predefined business rules and settings. Desktop Alert enables and provides all of the parts needed to execute controlled information management and content distribution. To a mortgage company, an alert might be delivered to clients' desktops informing of a rate change by the federal government. To a military base, an alert might be issued for a base recall, inclement weather conditions or making sure that critical messages are delivered when e-mail servers are experiencing problems or outages. Desktop Alert Emergency Mass Notification System operates on Microsoft servers supported by a SQL database platform. Desktop Alert seamlessly integrates with existing Active Directory/LDAP organizational units and structure.
For more information on Desktop Alert Inc., visit http://www.desktopalert.net.
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SOURCE: Desktop Alert, Inc.
Desktop Alert's work great with internet, intranets, extranets and corporate communications without demanding any significant technical resources. Specifically, Desktop Alert operates on Internet or SIPRNET or NIPRNET Networks. Desktop Alert is a best-of-breed IP-Based alert technology which provides seamless integration with enterprise-class federated environments and shares communications and commands using standardized protocols such as XML and HTML.