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April 13, 2017 | by OnPage Corporation
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On-call paging survival guide

Being unavailable when your client experiences a technology service disruption can cost your client time, money and business. In fact, according to a 2012 study by Aberdeen Research Group, just one hour of downtime can cost a small business $6,900! In addition, it may cause significant damage to your own business’s reputation. Here are just … Continued

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April 6, 2017 | by OnPage Corporation
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Automate alert management through ConnectWise

5 Ways to automate alert management in ConnectWise MSPs automate a lot of processes to streamline their business. These processes include items like recurring billing and maintenance updates to client infrastructure. However, one area that needs automation but is often ignored is the alerting process. Alerting is a critical component of incident management. While you … Continued

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March 14, 2017 | by OnPage Corporation
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Which MSP Best Practices do you follow?

MSP Best Practices to add to your offerings When you look in from the outside, it might appear that all MSPs are the same. And, indeed, much of what one MSP offers is rather similar to that which is offered by a competitor. As such, strong relationships between your MSP and client are very important … Continued

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January 30, 2017 | by OnPage Corporation
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SAGE’s Telemedicine Embraces OnPage’s Critical Alerting

OnPage brings Secure Critical Messaging to Telemedicine SAGE Neurohospitalist Group began in 2012 when two neurologist recognized that there was a growing shortage of neurologists. This shortage was most acute in small towns and underserved communities. So, in a call back to the aphorism of “if the mountain won’t come to Mohammed …”,the SAGE’s founders … Continued

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January 24, 2017 | by OnPage Corporation
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Land of the Walking Dead Zone

Why pager replacement is still an issue OnPage has what some might call a “hate/hate” relationship with pagers. Not much room for love. As we see it, pagers are an antiquated bit of technology. Pagers are dinosaurs which, like most dinosaurs, should be extinct by now. You might be wondering why we’re at it again … Continued

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