Our companies past performance reports have gotten the message out loud and clear. There is a mission-proven, affordable and certified MWNS solution available to the Department of Defense.
Chatham, New Jersey (PRWEB) January 08, 2014
Desktop Alert Inc., the industry leader in ‘less than one minute’ network-centric mass warning notification systems (MWNS) to military, government, healthcare, higher education and industrial organizations, today announced that its Microsoft Windows® .Net based emergency communication platform has experienced a strong 2014 support renewal growth across the National Guard.
“We are pleased with the increased number of support renewals. Our company's past performance reports have gotten the message out loud and clear. There is a mission-proven, affordable and certified MWNS solution available to the Department of Defense," said Howard Ryan, CEO and Founder, Desktop Alert Inc.
The most recent sites to opt-in for on going support in 2014 are:
- ANG 147th ANG - Houston Ellington Field
- ANG 114th ANG - Sioux Falls South Dakota
- ANG 175th ANG - Baltimore, MD
- ARNG Tennessee - Nashville
- ARNG New Mexico - Santa Fe
- ARNG Montana - Fort Harrison
- ARNG Alaska - Ft Richardson
- ARNG Georgia - Dobbins ARB
- ARNG Nevada - Carson City
- ARNG Minnesota - St. Paul
- ARNG Florida - St. Augustine
- ARNG South Carolina - West Columbia
- ARNG California - Sacramento
- ARNG Mississippi - Jackson
- ARNG Hawaii - Honolulu
- ARNG Texas - Austin
- ARNG Missouri - Jefferson City
- ARNG Vermont - Colchester
About Desktop Alert: http://www.desktopalert.net
Worldwide U.S. military organizations such as the U.S. National Guard, the U.S. Air Force Academy, the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, Multi-National Forces in Iraq, the U.S. Air Force, and The U.S. Army now utilize the Desktop Alert total mass notification platform daily for their organization's emergency communication requirements. 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 can then be listed on a report and/or sent as a "Target Package" to be automatically contacted by other means such as email, SMS, phone calls and other devices.