CHATHAM, N.J. MARCH 6, 2021
Today Desktop Alert announced it has been re-certified by the United States Government DISA Agency as the company has achieved Interoperability (IO) certification status from JITC on 22 January 2021. This approval is effective upon the date of this memorandum and expires in January 2024.
“As a company, we are both pleased and proud of this hardworking achievement. Our entire company shares in this milestone and success. Desktop Alert first provided mass notification solutions to the U.S. Air Force Academy, McGuire Air Force Base and Buckley Air Force Base in 2007. Since those early beginnings we have worked steadfastly and closely with our clients ranging across the Air National Guard and Army National Guard nationwide, West Point Military Academy, Fort Hood and beyond as well as international military clientele such as NATO HQ in Brussels,” said Howard Ryan Founder Desktop Alert Inc.
Desktop Alerts Emergency Mass Notification System is a Microsoft .Net Based Platform which sends mission critical and life-saving alerts across an organization’s existing computational infrastructure. Targeted devices include but are not limited to desktop and laptop workstations computers, PA and Giant Voice systems, VoIP phones, digital signage, mobile apps, NFPA approved fire alarms and more.
"The Common Alerting Protocol has emerged as a must have requirement for community alerting in proposals at most local, state and federal agencies. Our DISA certification with CAP 1.2 Compliance illustrates to existing clients and prospective clients that our company is a worldwide leader for community alerting requirements and capabilities” added Ryan.