Customer Statements

“Having a plan and practising that plan could very well save your life when that moment strikes, since it always happens when you least expect it,” he said. “The tragedy at Fort Hood illustrates the need for us to be vigilant and prepared to act”.
West Point Antiterrorism Officer Matt Cassidy.

“We can never know when that moment might come, but unfortunately we are repeatedly reminded that it’s not a question of if it will happen, simply a question of when and where. The incidents at Fort Hood and the Washington Naval Yard are, first and foremost, tragedies for all involved; however, the lesson and the challenge for installations like West Point are to learn from these tragedies and to prepare more e effectively for the fluctuating security environment.
USMA Garrison Commander, Col. Dane Rideou

Mass Notification Platform Providing:

  • Computer pop-up alerts
  • Email Alerts / Notifications
  • SMS Text Messaging
  • Phone Messaging
  • Mobile Application Alerting
  • Giant Voice integrated alerting
  • Common Area Alerting
  • Virtual / Physical Alert Activation Buttons
  • Common Alerting Protocol (CAP)
  • Building Systems Relay Interfaces
  • Social Media interfaces

Assignable Alert Activation Icons – Virtual Panic Buttons!

Desktop Alert Inc. recently introduced assignable alert activation icons. With a click of the mouse alerts are distributed and delivered to targeted personnel and devices in just seconds. The impact of the assignable alert activation icon is that every computer in the organization can become both a security alerting device and an alert receiving device. No new hardware or infrastructure is needed. Desktop Alert utilizes the in-place information technology infrastructure. Press Release Here:

See Youtube video of this feature in action!

Installing the alert activation icon is a simple drag and drop process. Each icon is linked to a user defined alert scenario. An unlimited number of customized alert activation icons can be created, linked, and assigned to individuals and computers. When activated, alerts are distributed based on the defined scenario instantly delivering the message to recipient devices including computer pop-ups, email, SMS, phone calls, mobile devices, and various other end points.

Assignable alert activation icons are the latest addition to an expanding family of Desktop Alert alerting devices. Some of the other devices include physical panic buttons, Desktop Alert mobile application (iOS and Android),and personal security GPS enabled key fobs.

Solutions Overview

Desktop Alert Inc. is a recognized leader in providing enterprise-class, network-centric emergency notification systems to the full spectrum of government, military, and commercial organizations. Desktop delivers superior standards based, yet affordable solutions with quality, innovation and a high standard of customer service. Configuring Desktop Alert’s mass notification platforms to meet the needs of our customer’s mission is the key element to our success.

Today, many DoD organizations such as U.S. Air Force, U.S. Army, Air National Guard, Multi-National Organizations, and many more utilize Desktop Alert unified mass notification systems for emergency alerting and critical communication requirements. Concurrently, Desktop Alert is rapidly gaining wide spread adoption across healthcare, education, financial, industrial and commercial organizations of all sizes. The easy-to-use and highly customizable user inter ace combined with the open architecture and extensibility makes the Desktop Alert a platform for any notification requirements.

Desktop Alert is a leader in emergency and mass notification technology. Saving lives and reducing injuries during incidents is the focus of our products and development activities. Regardless of the media requirements for the content of the alert, Desktop Alert delivers the message effectively and efficiently.

Note: Desktop Alert products are DIACAP(DoD Information Assurance Certification and Accreditation Process) certified and are fully approved to operate on US Army, US Air Force, and Defense Information Systems Agency networks.