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Your company relies on your IT infrastructure in order to carry out its work. When systems go down this has an impact on all employees. When such an event happens, your IT help desk staff can spend a lot of time, inefficiently fielding calls about the issue over and over again.
Free up your help desk staff by using DeskAlerts to communicate quickly and easily when you have an outage – whether it is scheduled or unforeseen.
Create an unplanned outage notification template to save time – all you have to do is populate it with details each time you need it.
When you know that there’s going to be a scheduled downtime, sending a planned downtime notification to employees in advance will give them time to prepare so they can make arrangements to work elsewhere, or do work that doesn’t require them to use their computers.
Send your employees notifications about any emergencies or critical situations
Remind your employees about any important dates or events they need to know about
If you have an outage local to a particular site, target only those who will be affected.
Set your content to send at a later point in time.
DeskAlerts will let you know if your recipients have read the messages.
Save time by creating custom templates that you can use in the future when you need them.
DeskAlerts software was integrated with the KRKA intranet and the usage of its alerts has helped to decrease a number of calls to the tech support department.
University uses DeskAlerts to give customers updates regarding IT services. DeskAlerts preempts unnecessary helpdesk calls by keeping all customers informed.
Research from CA Technologies has found IT downtime costs businesses more than 127 million person-hours per year.
Schedule Updates, Send Notifications, Prepare your Staff with DeskAlerts Software.
DeskAlerts lets you send pop-up notifications to your employees’ desktop screens in 1-2 seconds at the touch of a button. This way you can communicate what the problem is and estimated timeframe for restoration. If you have a scheduled outage planned, you can use DeskAlerts to let people know about it in advance.