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November 29, 2016 | by Orlee Berlove

OnPage secure messaging

OnPage is known for its alerting capabilities. A majority of our customers who are MSPs (managed service providers) for example, use OnPage to shoot out distinct alerts. They do this by setting up monitoring tools at their client’s end and this picks up abnormalities. OnPage, in this case, offers alert automation, but that’s not all … Continued

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October 7, 2016 | by Orlee Berlove

OnPage Ensures Compatibility with Apple iOS10

OnPage functionality complimented by Apple’s iOS10 OnPage has ensured compatibility with Apple’s iOS10 operating system. Apple’s newest operating system has only been around since mid-September but OnPage team has ensured there is no pause in compatibility. The iOS10 update provides functionality that many in the OnPage world will find helpful. Specifically, the new operating system … Continued

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August 23, 2016 | by Orlee Berlove
7 Ways to Avoid Alert Fatigue

7 Ways DevOps Can Avoid Alert Fatigue

Being on-call doesn’t have to mean you’re always tired The introduction of monitoring into the DevOps world means alerts will occur 24/7. As such, there will be alert fatigue in DevOps. Monitoring needs alerts in order to be effective but the issue is that while our technology is 24/7, humans cannot work in a similar … Continued

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July 8, 2015 | by Orlee Berlove

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 … Continued

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January 27, 2015 | by Orlee Berlove

Pager Service Disruption Worries Quebec’s Rural Communities

Telus announced that it is canceling its pager service across Canada, effective March 31, 2015. This is cause for worry amongst some residents of Quebec’s rural communities according to CBC News. Several anglophone coastline villages near Labrador, on Quebec’s Lower North Shore, do not have cellphone service. They rely on pagers to reach health-care workers … Continued

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October 28, 2014 | by Orlee Berlove

Ways Mobile Technology Can Enhance Nurse Communications

Nurses: The First Practitioners of mHealth Legions of caring nurses were probably the first practitioners of mobile health (mHealth), starting in the last century — the pre-smartphone era. Nurses often carried “beepers” or what is now considered antiquated pagers. Ways Mobile Technology Can Enhance Nurse Communications Today, there are many ways mobile technology can enhance … Continued

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July 31, 2014 | by Orlee Berlove

Internet of Things – Separating the Critical Data

There’s been a lot of hype about the Internet of Things – but what exactly is the “Internet of Things”, and how will the use and access of critical data affect your life?   The Internet of Things is simply the interconnection of computing devices that are connected to one another and to the Internet. … Continued

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July 29, 2014 | by Orlee Berlove

Pagers Cost Hospitals $1.75 Million in Inefficient Communications

Inefficient communications during critical clinical workflows such as patient admissions, emergency response team coordination, and patient transfers costs the average U.S. hospital about $1.75 million annually, according to a new report from the Ponemon Institute. The report finds that: A significant amount of time is wasted during these workflows due to the inefficiency of pagers … Continued

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June 9, 2014 | by Orlee Berlove

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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