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Blaser Emergency Alert Messaging System

2.9
When an alert is sent, all computers instantly display the full-screen alert message - regardless to what the user is doing
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User rating
5/10
8 votes
License
Shareware
OS
Windows
Developer
Version
2.9
File size
2.6 MB
Language
English
Release date
15 March 2015

Editor's review

This is an alert messaging system.

The Blaser Emergency Alert Messaging System is an alert system for Windows computers in a network environment. This is a client-server application. The client runs as a system service on your workstations and when an alert message is sent, all computers instantly display the full-screen alert message. This display overrides any other display window the user may have been working on. The particular computer needs to be powered on and connected to the LAN, of course. The Blaser Emergency Alert Messaging System displays a large, noticeable, flashing, attention-getting message, no user need to be logged on. Messages could thus be sent to users on a complete campus of an academic institution or a large organization. This will be really useful to users in case of disasters such as floods/fire, etc. and other emergency situations.

The BEAMS client establishes a connection to the BEAMS server and runs in the background. The clients would keep listening for your emergency broadcasts to alert of emergencies like tornadoes, hurricanes, chemical spills, terrorist attacks, earthquakes, tsunamis, etc. this tool can be configured with five different distinct alert levels. A text message, a graphic and or a sound can be played easily. There is a silent test-mode (to test client connectivity) and Balloon Popup notification (for non-emergency alerts). These messages are able to grab the attention of all users and you can use the same system for telling users what to do during the current problem. Unlike e-mails, which may not be looked at by users, these messages are displayed right away. This is a good tool.

Publisher's description

The Blaser Emergency Alert Messaging System is the premiere alert system for Windows computers in a network environment. BEAMS is a complete client-server system; the client runs as a system service on your workstations and when an alert message is sent, all computers instantly display the full-screen alert message - regardless to what the user is doing. The only requirement is that the computer is powered-on (and connected to the network). The alert system displays the full-screen alert message in all of the following cases:
* If a user is logged-on
* If the screen-saver is running
* If no one is logged-on (The Ctrl+Alt+Del message is present)
Runs as a system service
Send alert messages to thousands of computers in moments
The Blaser Emergency Alert Messaging System displays a large, noticeable, flashing, attention-getting message even if no one if logged on!
The Blaser Emergency Alert Messaging System can be used in the event of a disaster to alert every computer on the campus, whether a user is logged in or not.
The BEAMS client established a connection to the BEAMS server and runs in the background, listening for your emergency broadcasts to alert of emergencies like tornadoes, hurricanes, chemical spills, terrorist attacks, earthquakes, tsunamis, etc.
The BEAMS client can be configured with five different distinct alert levels which display the alert message, flash alert graphics and emit a loud alert sound. The system also has the capability of a silent test-mode (to test client connectivity) and Balloon Popup notification (for non-emergency alerts).
The Blaser Emergency Alert Messaging System is the perfect way to relay specific information to students, employees and anyone else during an emergency in your organization. Tell people what to do immediately! Don't rely on e-mail notifications; get the alert out to everyone now with The Blaser Emergency Alert Messaging System.
Blaser Emergency Alert Messaging System
Blaser Emergency Alert Messaging System
Version 2.9
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