New v9 Active Directory Upgrades Put DeskAlerts at Forefront of Best Practice Internal Communications

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The latest version of DeskAlerts features stronger integration with the Active Directory

The desktop alerts solution is making it easier than ever for companies to employ best practice internal communications with an intelligent upgrade to the v9 Active Directory. The latest version of DeskAlerts features stronger integration with the Active Directory which will effectively allow publishers to log into any section of the software using the same unique AD credentials.

For administrators with cognitive plates full of information, data and alphanumeric figures, v9 password restructure is guaranteed to enhance efficiency. The streamlined log in process ensures that regardless of what DeskAlerts feature administrators want to access, the log in process will remain unchanged.

“We’re committed to keeping DeskAlerts at the forefront of best practice internal communications software, and continually enhancing efficiency is at the core of this goal. The latest upgrades to the v9 Active Directory eliminate one of the most tedious complexities of corporate life – memorizing a plethora of passwords. Now, DeskAlerts administrators can log into any section of the software using the same AD credentials. This leaves the mind free to memorize more important aspects of business operations that facilitate growth and high performance,” says Roman Toporkov, Lead Developer at DeskAlerts.

Technology has integrated almost every aspect of our day to day lives. While mobile phones, computers and other smart devices offer a plethora of benefits they also go hand in hand with the need for additional brain power. Professor of psychology Ian Robertson at Trinity College’s Institute of Neuroscience and School of Psychology maintains that our increasing affiliation with technological devices has led to our brains becoming inundated with a growing amount of alphanumeric clutter. Today, the average person is expected to memorize five passwords, five PIN numbers, two number plates, three security ID numbers and three bank account numbers. Throw in a handful of internal communications software passwords into the mix and the brain simply can’t cope.

DeskAlerts is helping professionals streamline their corporate lives with its latest v9 upgrade that strengthens integration with the Active Directory. Now, administrators will be able to log into any feature of the internal communications software using just one set of AD credentials. This eliminates the need to remember multiple password, thus minimizing stress and increasing efficiency. By removing the need to memorize multiple passwords DeskAlerts is making it easier than ever for workplaces to adopt best practice internal communications.

The featured prototype is currently being tested by several DeskAlerts clients. Already it’s received extremely positive feedback, with clients reporting a faster, simpler and more streamlined best practice internal communications experience.

Toporkov adds, “DeskAlerts upgrades are categorically based on customer feedback. If our clients don’t like what’s being initiated we don’t roll it out – it’s as simple as that. We’re happy to confirm that the latest v9 upgrades have been a runaway success which means clients can expect to start taking advantage of the simplified log in process when v9 goes live on [please insert date].”

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DeskAlerts is the alert software that works in technologically and geographically diverse networks. It is a completely web-based solution that can be used to send desktop alerts and news updates to any employee within your organization, improving communications and productivity with a more efficient communication strategy than traditional email alone. View the DeskAlerts video to find out more.

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