Weeks ago our customer at NATO SHAPE Allied Command Operations reported back that the alert once activated was received on all mobile apps in less than 3 seconds!, Ryan added.
Chatham, NJ (PRWEB) September 01, 2015
Desktop Alert, Inc., the leader in mass notification and interoperable emergency communication systems, today announced the availability of their BlackBerry mobile application now listed at Blackberry World.
“It was very important for us to be the first mass notification provider certified on the U.S. DISA/APL to offer Department of Defense and Federal Government networks a native BlackBerry app,” said Howard Ryan, Desktop Alert’s Chief Executive Officer. “We are proud to be the first to support the men and women serving our country, and all of our customers, with this crucial capability. Weeks ago our customer at NATO SHAPE Allied Command Operations reported back that the alert once activated was received on all mobile apps in less than 3 seconds!", Ryan added.
When seconds count, Desktop Alert technology delivers unified emergency alerts across all communication devices to quickly reach personnel through networked desktop alerts, mobile phones, landline phones, giant voice/PA systems, social networks, and the Desktop Alert mobile app.
About Desktop Alert: https://www.desktopalert.net
Desktop Alert is a leading provider of enterprise mass notification and emergency communications to the United States Department of Defense. Its innovative and patented software has been internationally recognized as the “Best Mass Notification” and “Best First Responder Interoperable Communications” system. Desktop Alert provides a suite of scalable, flexible, and adaptable communication, collaboration, and situational awareness tools in environments ranging from austere - no terrestrial infrastructure support - to fully modern with extensive IP and legacy system integration's. Desktop Alert allows individuals and organizations to increase the volume and velocity of information in order to ensure effective decision making, coordination, proactive community engagement, and public awareness. For more information, please visit