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November 30, 2016 | by OnPage Corporation
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Fight Alert Fatigue

How to Win the Alert Fatigue Battle IT engineers and DevOps teams cannot help but experience alert fatigue when they receive after-hour alerts lacking context or relevance. Messages come in, for example, telling the engineer on-call that disk space is used up. Does this mean 60% used up or 100% used up? Or an after-hours … Continued

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November 19, 2016 | by OnPage Corporation
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Cygnus Systems Decreases Costs and Improves Response Time

OnPage facilitates Cygnus Systems’ growth of 25% per year through efficiency, cost reduction and improved response to critical alerts By using OnPage’s cloud-based, virtual paging app in conjunction with ConnectWise, Michigan-based MSP Cygnus Systems Inc. has grown faster than Plasticman. Through OnPage integration, Cygnus has been able improve its response time to critical IT alerts , grow … Continued

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September 12, 2016 | by OnPage Corporation
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What you need to know about MTTR and why IT MaTTeRs

What all engineering teams should know about MTTR In the IT world, performance is everything. So when technology fails, your first thought is how to utilize incident management knowledge to repair the situation and minimize downtime. As both a manager and an engineer, you need to minimize your MTTR –Mean Time To Resolution- in order … Continued

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September 7, 2016 | by OnPage Corporation
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The secret to blameless post mortems

How your engineering teams can move past finger-pointing to effectively managing mistakes Sidney Dekker’s theory on ‘bad apples’ holds that complex systems think they would be fine if it were not for the erratic behavior of some unreliable people. According to this theory, when unexpected events are seen in an otherwise safe system, they are … Continued

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July 26, 2016 | by OnPage Corporation

Cygnus Decreases Costs and Improves Response Time

OnPage facilitates Cygnus’ growth of 25% per year through efficiency, cost reduction and improved response to critical alerts OnPage, a leading provider of incident management technology, has helped Cygnus Systems Inc., reduce the time it takes to respond to critical alerts. This case study shows how Cygnus has reduced waiting time for its customers and improved the quality … Continued

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November 14, 2014 | by OnPage Corporation

Leading Global Insurance and Investment Company Chooses OnPage

On November 12, 2014, Onset Technology, creator of OnPage Priority Messaging® announced that one of the world’s largest insurance and investment companies has chosen OnPage to help prioritize time-sensitive messaging within the organization. The insurance and investment company has been partnering with individuals, families and businesses, as advisors, accountants, and service agents for over 100 … 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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