OnPage Revolutionizes Enterprise Messaging Management with New, Beyond-State-of-the-Art Web Console

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The new Web Management Console  was released on September 9th, 2012.   The new console ensures delivery of priority messages to the right people, while providing a new level of flexibility in organizing and tracking priority communications. In the new Web Management Console, users will have access to new features and options that will enhance their paging experience.  One game changer is the creation of escalation pathways which allows for a message to be sent to a succession of people and if that  message is not read by the intended recipient within a predetermined time period it will then send to the next. Other game changing features includes the ability to administer roles and permissions so each administrator can have only the access they need.  Retention policies is another feature that will allow enterprises to comply with regulations via automatic export of all their messages onto their own servers and permanently removing them from the […] Read more »

Lee County EMS Chooses OnPage for its Priority Messaging

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Lee County EMS, a Florida certified ground and rotor-wing Advanced Life Support Provider has chosen OnPage for its priority messaging.   With a mission of providing the highest quality out-of-hospital emergency medical care and transportation, their highly trained professionals use the best technology to meet the needs of those who require assistance. OnPage will help them achieve this critical mission day in and day out by ensuring reliable and auditable communication under all circumstances.   “We have established a new unit to support our staff, and wanted the latest technology to ensure access to this unit at all times.  Traditional pagers were not an option for us because the coverage is too spotty and carrying an additional communication device in this day and age is just not acceptable.” Deputy Chief Warren Panem To read the full Press Release click here.   ABOUT LEE COUNTY EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES  Lee County Emergency Medical Services […] Read more »

EMS Group in Florida Chooses OnPage for its Priority Messaging

Lee County Emergency Medical Services (EMS) relies on OnPage for immediate response Onset Technology, the leader in Mobile priority messaging, announced today that Lee County Southwest Florida EMS has chosen its OnPage service to support its staff. Lee County EMS is a Florida certified ground and rotor-wing Advanced Life Support Provider. With a mission of providing the highest quality out-of-hospital emergency medical care and transportation, their highly trained professionals use the best technology to meet the needs of those who require assistance. OnPage will help them achieve this critical mission day in and day out by ensuring reliable and auditable communication under all circumstances. “We have established a new unit to support our staff, and wanted the latest technology to ensure access to this unit at all times,” says Deputy Chief Warren Panem.  “Traditional pagers were not an option for us because the coverage is too spotty and carrying an […] Read more »

The Federal SERVE Act Could Rescue Volunteer Fire Fighters and Other First Responders

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  Thousands of volunteers Firefighters and other first responders may finally be getting compensation for their selfless and heroic efforts. On July 11, 2011 New York Congressman Maurice Hinchey introduced the Supporting Emergency Responders Volunteer Efforts (SERVE) Act. According to New York’s WBNG News, “The SERVE Act would provide volunteer firefighters and emergency service personnel with a $1,000 annual tax credit. The brave volunteers who risk their own lives to save the lives of others deserve our support. In short, the SERVE Act says thank you.” Volunteers often incur personal expenses in order to be a part of their community’s first responder teams. It’s not uncommon that they pay for their own pager service and pager hardware to be ‘on call’ when disaster strikes.  As Fire Chief Bob Franklin of Arkansas Northeast Saline County Volunteer Fire and Rescue told Today’s KTHV “They are there in a minute’s notice. Everyone wears […] Read more »