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July 24, 2014 | by OnPage Corporation

11 Technologies Obsolesced by Smartphones

The Smartphone Revolution is Here! Gone are Camcorders, Pagers and Remotes. Mpeg players, Pagers, and calculators have all been swept into the dustbin of technology and replaced by your smartphone. Today, smartphones can do just about everything these icons from yesteryear could, and much, much more. So, lighten your load. There’s no need to carry around … Continued

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June 9, 2014 | by OnPage Corporation

Physicians Are Embracing Mobile Health Apps

At least two-thirds of American physcians report using mobile health apps on smartphones while working according to a recent MedData Group survey. But almost two-thirds believe that a connected health care system is either more than five years away or simply will never happen. Are you a IT health care professional wondering how the health care and … Continued

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January 15, 2014 | by OnPage Corporation

OnPage Brings Reliable and Secure Paging to GNS Science

OnPage announced today that New Zealand’s GNS Science selected OnPage for all their critical communication needs. OnPage will provide GNS Science’s emergency response team the capability to send highly reliable and encrypted messages and alerts with a complete audit trail that automatically notifies the sender when a message was delivered, when it was actually read, … Continued

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December 4, 2013 | by OnPage Corporation

Minimize Server Downtime or Pay Thousands!

A recent study done by Ponemon Institute & Emerson Network Power shows that healthcare organizations face an average cost of $690,000 per outage incident. This comes as a 41 percent increase since 2010. The study also shows that larger groups with more extensive IT systems could pay our nearly as much as $1.74 million per … Continued

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November 5, 2013 | by OnPage Corporation

Email & SMS: NOT Good Enough For IT Monitoring

Are you an IT Administrator staring at your phone’s screen all day waiting for an email or text?  Have you ever missed a CRITICAL email or text because it didn’t grab your attention? Using email and SMS for network alerts has been a widely used practice since the early 90’s, but is not an effective … Continued

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