Encryption Upgrade Augments DeskAlerts Functionality

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Open network clients can now leverage DeskAlerts to its full capacity after a series of upgrades to the in-house encryption module. Now, users can seamlessly send corporate wallpapers and screensavers via the encrypted DeskAlerts connection, with the total peace of mind that content will arrive unflawed and in perfect working order.

Open network clients can now leverage DeskAlerts to its full capacity after a series of upgrades to the in-house encryption module. Now, users can seamlessly send corporate wallpapers and screensavers via the encrypted DeskAlerts connection, with the total peace of mind that content will arrive unflawed and in perfect working order. For workplaces using open networks to transfer data the encryption upgrades represent a new era of functionality and convenience.

In the past it was impossible for administrators to send corporate wallpapers and screensavers over the encrypted DeskAlerts connection. This prevented many clients using open source networks from utilizing DeskAlerts notification software at full capacity. With the new encryption upgrades now live, all DeskAlerts users can use the platform to send corporate wallpapers and screensavers, regardless of how secure or public their chosen network.

DeskAlerts is underpinned by a goal of helping its clients enhance functionality, productivity and efficiency across the board. The second any issues or glitches are detected engineers immediately start putting together a corrective plan of action. After carefully analyzing the issue DeskAlerts engineers have rolled out a series of improvements to the encryption model which is used to encode the data sent between the DeskAlerts server and its clients. With the intelligent new encryption upgrade the entire process is faster, easier and more reliable than ever.

Anton Vdovin, DeskAlerts Director said, “We’re committed to offering our clients exceptional functionality and when a module isn’t performing at its absolute highest we’re simply not satisfied. When it was bought to our attention that open source network administrators were encountering issues sending corporate wallpapers and screensavers via the DeskAlerts server we immediately deployed a team of engineers to develop a series of upgrades. The result is a seamless and streamlined experience that allows all clients to leverage the power and functionality of DeskAlerts software to its full potential, even if they choose to operate on an open source network.”

For contemporary workplaces customized screensavers and wallpapers are a fantastic opportunity to turn dead space into a valuable communicative platform. The method can be used across a wide range of sectors for a variety of different purposes. Whether announcing corporate news, sending motivational messages, issuing invitations or delivering urgent notifications, screensavers and wallpapers can be customized to suit the unique needs of every client.

Open network data transfer solutions are utilized in hospital and healthcare organizations across the globe. This allows patients and visitors to access the network, however it also means all patient data must be transferred in encryption format according to government privacy laws. Unfortunately this can often jeopardize the performance of third party software, including internal communications solutions such as DeskAlerts. While other software supplier choose to ignore this particular glitch DeskAlerts took immediate remedial action.

The new encryption module upgrades are now available to all DeskAlerts users.

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