West Point Military Academy (USMA), Fort Hood, National Guard HQ, Northern Command/NORAD All Standardize on The Desktop Alert Mass Notification Platform

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West Point, Northern Command/NORAD, Fort Hood and other U.S. Army Department of Defense locations have chosen to standardize on Desktop Alert verses the U.S. ARMY EM2P AtHoc alternative for their mass notification requirements. With the inclusion of the United States Army and Air National Guard enterprise nationwide, Desktop Alert now surpasses over 1 million protected personnel with its perpetually licensed notification software platform to the U.S. Army.

Chosen over EM2P AtHoc as Best Department of Defense Mass Notification System!

EM2P AtHoc alternative only alerts a fraction of the population. How can a commander determine who is not important or worthy of being alerted?, said Howard Ryan CEO Desktop Alert Inc.

Desktop Alert Inc. today announced that West Point Military Academy, Fort Hood and a growing number of U.S. ARMY locations worldwide such as Task Force Strike!, U.S. Army Special Operations Command (USASOC) and Northern Command/NORAD Enterprise have officially standardized on the Desktop Alert Mass Notification Platform verses the cloud-based U.S. Army EM2P AtHoc cloud alternative.

“Our system is the only ip-based mass notification platform licensed to cover 100% of all personnel at all Army locations such as West Point, Fort Hood, Fort Campbell, Fort Leavenworth, Fort Leonard Wood, the ARMY and AIR National Guard nationwide and beyond. All have standardized on our alerting platform. We are both honored and thrilled that these iconic department of defense locations chose Desktop Alert over the EM2P AtHoc alternative which only alerts a fraction of the population. How can a commander determine who is not important or worthy of being alerted?” said Howard Ryan CEO Desktop Alert Inc.

Desktop Alert can contact thousands of computer users at their desktop and require them to click to confirm receipt of the message flashed on their screen. Those not verified are then listed on a report and/or sent as an integrated "Target Package" to be automatically contacted by other means such as email, sms, texting, smartphone, and personal safety devices.

"When lives are at stake, seconds count. Look no further than the recent active shooter event at Fort Hood where Desktop Alert was informed by Fort Hood that our notification system outperformed the EM2P AtHoc alert system by several minutes. Military locations need to know there is a vastly superior and vastly more affordable solution available, not to mention that Desktop Alert is an approved EM2P platform!” Ryan added.

Desktop Alert is an approved U.S. Army Leidos / EM2P Emergency Notification Platform. Desktop Alert has been selected as the primary network alerting platform at:

  • Northern Command/NORAD Enterprise
  • National Guard (ARMY and ANG Enterprise)
  • Fort Hood
  • Carl R. Darnall Army Medical Center
  • Fort Gordon
  • Fort Bragg Special Operations Command
  • TF Strike Afghanistan
  • MRAP Units Afghanistan
  • Fort Campbell
  • Fort Knox
  • Fort Leavenworth
  • Fort Leonard Wood
  • Fort Rucker
  • Fort Polk
  • The United States Military Academy (USMA)
  • Keller Hospital at West Point (KOCH)
  • Notable Mention: All FEMA HQ locations nationwide

And numerous other U.S. Army locations locations

About Desktop Alert Inc. http://www.desktopalert.net

Desktop Alert provides an array of end-point integration's with customers public address systems (Giant Voice), intercom systems, commanders channels, e-mail platforms, DSN-based and cloud-based telephony and sms message systems, network desktop alert popups, national weather service zip code based alerts, digital signage, cable tv, numerous social media systems, CAP server alert, external system sensors such as temperature devices and fire alarm systems.

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