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Desktop Alert provides two business models; Software as a Service (SaaS) and Premised Based Solutions. Premised based solution operates behind an organizations firewall. The Desktop Alert premised based solution integrates with directory services such as Active Directory and enterprise applications and appliances via web services. The requirement for a premised based solution is to purchase a Desktop Alert server license(s). The Desktop Alert SaaS model requires a set up fee and a monthly lease payment. Review this Desktop Alert study when determining if your requirements are an Internet of Things (IoT) solution, an on premise solution or a Hybrid.
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Desktop Alert provides the most secure and reliable authentication methods and processes to the Department of Defense and Federal Government!
SaaS based systems are much less costly to implement but lack in features and speed when compared to our premised based solution. Your organization needs to determine which model is required. Typically, SaaS models do not extend to directory services such as Active Directory and this should be considered. A majority of Desktop Alert customers purchase premised based solutions. A SaaS based system over time can actually cost more money when compared to a premise based solution while delivering a less capable and slower performing system. See Whole-Life
Desktop Alert is a best-of-breed IP-Based alert technology which provides seamless integration with enterprise-class federated environments and shares communications and commands using standardized protocols such as XML and HTML.
Desktop Alert is an innovator – one of only two certified providers in the United States to The Department of Defense. Holding coveted DOD certifications for military grade alerting technology – protecting our military, NATO, The Pentagon, educational, industrial and commercial users, DTA is the chosen platform for emergency management continuity at NATO worldwide as well as our nation’s National Guard, Coast Guard, Department of Homeland Security, and FEMA – with millions of users protected daily.
Desktop Alert may be international, but follows the tradition of great New Jersey 'innoventions'. Conceived in Chatham as a response to the horrific events of 9/11, founder Howard Ryan saw the same cars were parked at the train station, dusty and unmoved for a week, and knew their owners might not ever come back for them. This was the impetus for Desktop Alert. Ryan determined he could change how emergency communications were alerted in future events and could significantly mitigate subsequent emergent events based on the rapid dissemination of actionable intelligence to those in harm’s way. Armed with the desire to see that this would never happen again with such a toll on human lives and collateral damage, Ryan developed DTA to make that a fact instead of a desire.