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OnPage Application Is Industry Standard for Smartphone Pager Replacements

The OnPage Smartphone Pager App is available for iOS, Android and Blackberry.

Anyone who can't afford to ever miss an urgent message can now download a FREE TRIAL and sign up for service within a few minutes. Once installed, OnPage transforms a smartphone into a secure messaging system that ensures urgent messages always get through, and confirms that they are read.

OnPage has become an essential application for IT administrators by interfacing to their server monitoring systems, ensuring that they never miss a critical system alert.

"OnPage leverages expanding cellular and WiFi coverage, to provide reliable and secure,

HIPAA-compliant communication in critical situations with no room for uncertainty." Judit Sharon CEO.

OnPage is also essential for Doctors and emergency responders, law enforcement, and the call centers that support them, because it ensures secure emergency communication that is in compliance with HIPAA and other privacy regulations.

"In any critical situation, whether relating to human-life or a company's IT life-line to its customers, the key to a fast recovery relies on secure and immediate communication." Says Judit Sharon, CEO of Onset Technology. "With traditional pager coverage shrinking by the day, and SMS communication not being secure or reliable, OnPage leverages expanding cellular and WiFi coverage, to provide reliable and secure, HIPAA-compliant communication in critical situations with no room for uncertainty."

OnPage supports all of the major smartphone platforms. IT shops, hospitals, emergency services, media, and other organizations can consolidate all communications in a single Android, iPhone or Blackberry device. Users will be confident that their priority and mission-critical messaging will be transmitted using SSL encryption. Messages will be received, and most importantly, they will be read.

Additional OnPage benefits include:

  • An enticing user experience that makes paging fast and efficient.
  • Continuous alert until acknowledged
  • Confirmed receipt of delivery and reading of critical messages on the smartphone, from and to any OnPage user in the world.
  • End-to-end encryption that protects private messages from prying eyes.
  • Streamlined messaging with inbox, outbox, reply, and message status that makes it easy to confirm and track conversations.
  • "In-app" messages that let communications also take place exclusively from inside the OnPage application.
  • Phone book sync that automatically draws OnPage contacts from a user's smartphone contacts.
  • One-touch responses that allow users to reply to messages with just a tap by sending predefined responses (i.e., "In a meeting," "Get back to you in 15," "With a patient," etc.).

OnPage works over cellular communication as well as WiFi. With hospitals, secured law enforcement facilities, financial institutions, and entire cities covering themselves with wall-to-wall WiFi, Onpage is sure to work even in areas with poor cellular coverage.

ABOUT OnPage:

OnPage is a leading vendor of secure mobile messaging solutions to organizations with mission-critical emergency communications requirements. The OnPage mobile app turns iOS, BlackBerry, and Android smartphones into secure digital pagers, supported by an enterprise-grade messaging and paging platform. Onset Technology's OnPage is used by thousands of organizations, including those in healthcare, emergency services, information technology, financial institutions, the legal profession, and government agencies. For more information about OnPage, visit www.OnPage.com.

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OnPage is a disruptive technology and application that leverages today's technology and smartphone capabilities for priority mobile messaging. With a top notch history of ensuring uninterrupted communication for businesses and critical response organizations, OnPage is once again poised to pioneer new mobile communications methodology for business and organizational use.

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