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December 21, 2019 | by OnPage Corporation
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OnPage: High and Low-Priority Paging

In a world where we get alerts and notifications for anything under the sun, it is important to differentiate which alerts are important and which alerts can be dealt with later. For this very reason, the OnPage platform enables the user to send messages in two different formats: High and low-priority events. Our unique ringtones … Continued

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September 15, 2019 | by OnPage Corporation
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OnPage app helps prevent HIPAA violations and ransomware attacks

OnPage helps thwarts HIPAA violations Avoiding HIPAA violations and combating potential ransomware attacks are top of mind for many healthcare institutions. In theory, avoiding HIPAA violations should be straight forward as HIPAA requirements are very specific in what they do and don’t allow hospitals to do during communications with their staff physicians. HIPAA legislation clearly prohibits the use … Continued

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July 8, 2019 | by OnPage Corporation

Arkansas Electric Chooses OnPage for Cybersecurity Compliance

“OnPage solved a mandatory requirement we had in our data center for regulatory cybersecurity intrusion compliance. To cover physical or cyber intrusions, we have OnPage notifications sent out to the group on an on-call rotation for incident response.” – Philip Huff, Director of IT Security Compliance   OnPage provides secure, high-priority notifications in case of … Continued

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October 26, 2018 | by OnPage Corporation
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ITSM Incident Management + the Need for Speed

ITSM incident management might seem like a lot of words and letters thrown together. However, when examined in the light of managing changes to IT functionality, you quickly realize their importance. ITSM incident management quickly become realized as a way to define how teams should organize themselves and operate their IT services. And key to … Continued

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August 29, 2018 | by OnPage Corporation
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Rock-solid MSP critical alerting

OnPage Gets Dynamic Network Solutions Across the Finish Line Dynamic Network Solutions, located in the greater Washington D.C. area, prides itself in providing the highest quality customer service. The company works extensively with its customers to manage client needs and provide them with significant training to avoid unwanted security incidents and downtime. Dynamic Network Solutions … Continued

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July 17, 2018 | by OnPage Corporation
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True cost of breached patient data

 Data breaches highlights why we need secure messaging for doctors Statistics published by the Journal of Hospital Medicine in July 2017 show that despite the persistent campaign to educate the healthcare community about the problematic nature of pagers  and unsecured messaging, both continue to be popular technologies. According to the Journal: Almost 80% of clinicians continue to … Continued

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April 23, 2018 | by OnPage Corporation
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OnPage Launches BlastIT: Messaging for the Masses

Imagine you’re the manager for the IT Operations for a multimillion-dollar retail chain. The chain not only has numerous stores throughout the U.S. but also a robust online presence. Now imagine that you need to conduct security and software updates on the company’s servers. The update will end up disrupting store services for 30 minutes … Continued

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April 20, 2018 | by OnPage Corporation
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Can MSPs add on Security?

More companies than ever are looking into means to secure their IT infrastructure. A recent PWC survey noted that two thirds of the 1,409 CEOs the company surveyed see more threats overall today than three years ago. As a result, the world is also seeing an emergence in Managed Security Service Providers (MSSP) to help … Continued

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April 3, 2018 | by OnPage Corporation
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British Doctors Try to Say Cheerio to Problems with Pagers

We have often written on this blog about problems with pagers, including how pager use causes significant privacy issues for the doctors who use them and the patients whose data is exchanged. We have described how pagers prevent physicians from being able to immediately contacting their colleagues while simultaneously hindering a virtuous workflow. Turns out … Continued

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