(PRWEB) November 01, 2015
As part of its end of year development plan, DeskAlerts has announced that it will be automating the software’s internal access restriction mechanism in order to help clients improve internal communication. For administrators, this supports the instantaneous creation of additional publisher accounts, complete with customized settings and recipient lists. Fast, efficient and intuitive, the automation is set to slash the time administrators spend on creating additional publisher accounts.
At present, the globally used internal communications software allows product administrators to manually create additional publisher accounts featuring varying degrees of access. They can customize settings to limit the scope of available features as well as restrict users from sending messages to the entire organization. Administrators can also embed accounts with the permission to distribute notifications to smaller audiences.
While the system is an effective way of managing user privileges, administrators were forced to manually create publisher accounts for each individual sender. For large corporations with multiple subordinate administrators, the process can be extremely time consuming. To eliminate the time burden from the publisher account creation process and improve internal communication strategies, the latest version of DeskAlerts will introduce an automated internal access restriction mechanism. This will allow administrators to create additional publisher accounts in a matter of minutes.
“Whatever the sector, time is an incredibly valuable resource. It’s simply not productive for administrators to waste hours on end creating individual publisher accounts each time they want to issue a subordinate with notification permissions. In order to make the process fast and simple, DeskAlerts will soon feature an intelligent automated internal access restriction mechanism that streamlines the management process. This will categorically improve internal communication across the board,” explains Anton Vdovin, DeskAlerts Director.
While most workplaces are fronted by a handful of executives, operations are also underpinned by a myriad of other superiors. These include heads of departments, team leaders, micro-managers, 2ICs, supervisors and more. For workplaces to function at their full potential, it’s essential to arm all key staff members with the ability to improve internal communication with their fellow colleagues.
As of November, DeskAlerts will feature an automated internal access restriction mechanism that makes managerial collaboration easy. The new automated internal access restriction mechanism ensures all key persons have access to publication rights, regardless of how busy their senior executives may be. This means senior administrators can enjoy the total peace of mind that when they need to hand over control to subordinates, the process will be fast and functional.
“Collaboration and cooperation are the building blocks of productive workplaces, which means it’s crucial for managers to arm their senior teams with efficient internal communications strategies. The new automated internal access restriction mechanism supports the instantaneous creation of multiple publisher accounts, which means that administrators can hand over total control when necessary,” explains Vdovin.
To sign up for a free trial of DeskAlerts software featuring the innovative new automated internal access restriction mechanism, go to: http://www.alert-software.com/demo/
To find out more about DeskAlerts and how the latest version of the desktop alerts software makes it easier than ever for workplaces to improve internal communication and leverage the software’s full functionality, visit the website at: http://www.alert-software.com
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