Find and Share Emergency Digital Signage Solution providers that offer a robust solution set including digital signage software, screens and displays, media player devices, content creation, network managed services, installation, and maintenance. Find a provider that helps you take the guesswork out of planning and developing your emergency digital signage initiative.

alert

EmergencyDigitalSignage.com

Find and Share Emergency Digital Signage Solution providers that offer a robust solution set including digital signage software, screens and displays, media player devices, content creation, network managed services, installation, and maintenance. Find a provider that helps you take the guesswork out of planning and developing your emergency digital signage initiative.

EmergencyDigitalSignage.com is here to help you find and share an emergency digital signage innovator and solution provider. Find digital signage products and services that significantly reduce the effort and expense of deploying and operating OOH networks while maximizing viewer impact.

Find nad Share your Emergency Digital Signage Solution provider.

Viewsonic Digital Signage

image for Viewsonic Digital Signage

Read more...

4004 Views | 0 Likes | 0 Dislikes | 0 Comments


Digital Signage for Emergency Notification

image for Digital Signage for Emergency Notification

The Digital Signage Application Showcase Stage at InfoComm 2012 on Thursday, June 14, 2012.

Read more...

975 Views | 0 Likes | 0 Dislikes | 0 Comments


How to Set Up Remote Access to the MessageNet System

All of MessageNet support is done remotely, so its vital to maintain remote access to the MessageNet server for the MessageNet support staff and to keep them apprised of any changes with it that could affect access to the system. SSH access with a remote IP address is preferred, but a VPN is also acceptable. For security purposes, ssh remote access to the MessageNet server is limited, so any changes made to the network also need to be updated on the server by MessageNet support staff. If this change isnt made, remote access to the user interface for all users will be broken until MessageNet staff update the remote IP address on the server. For VPNs, it can be time-consuming to make any changes and its best to test remote access with MessageNet support staff to ensure that its working as soon as the changes are made so that support tickets are not affected by a wait for VPN adjustments.

How to Log In to MessageNet Connections

MessageNet Connections is browser-based on PCs and on Android devices (while the mobile app for Apple devices has been released, the Android version is still in progress, so a web browser must be used on Android devices until the app is released), so to log in, navigate to any web browser and enter the MessageNet servers IP address (or dns host name, if your organization uses that instead). You may need to obtain this information from your on-site MessageNet system administrator. Once you have navigated to the log in screen, the MessageNet logo will appear.

MessageNet splash screen

Click anywhere on the logo and the sign in window will pop up. If it does not, you may need to allow pop ups from that address. Enter your user name and password into the appropriate text boxes. If you do not know your user name and password, check with your on-site system administrator. For security reasons, MessageNet support staff cannot manage user accounts or reset passwords.

To log in to the administrative interface, click the Connections button. To log in to the Connections Mobile user interface, click on the Connections Mobile button. Some web browsers offer the option to save your log in information so you dont have to type it in every time. If you choose to do this, the button for Connections Mobile may appear grayed out. If this is the case, simply click in the password text box and the Connections Mobile button will become clickable.

MessageNet log in window

How to Set Up Message Archiving

One way to keep records of everything that happens in the MessageNet system is to set up messages to be saved to the Message Archives when they expire. Messages that are set to archive will later be viewable via their Archive Directory as well as by the sender and recipient of the message. If a message is not set to archive upon expire, then the message records will disappear after expiration and cannot be retrieved.

In the administrative interface, navigate to the Message Editor for the message you want to archive. Scroll down to the Message Controls section, or click on the Message Controls link at the top of the screen. Then, in the Archive to Directory field, enter the name of the Archive Directory that the message will be saved in. If that name already exists as an Archive Directory, the message will save to it upon expiration. If that name hasnt yet been used for an Archive Directory, an Archive Directory with that name will be auto-created when the message expires for the first time.

archive directory

Alternatively, you can create new Archive Directories from the Directory Archive Manager (available from the Other Screens tab). Keep in mind that if you create a new directory here, you will still need to add it to messages in the Message Editor in order to save messages to it.

Directory Archive Manager

Join and Share!

Share your Emergency Digital Signage Solution providers, products, services, resources and other information with others who need it. This site is FREE to join.

Advertise

EmergencyDigitalSignage.com can work with any advertising budget. Please contact our office to discuss advertising spots on this website.

Read more...

2412 Views | 0 Likes | 0 Dislikes | 0 Comments


Facebook Wall

Read more...

692 Views | 0 Likes | 0 Dislikes | 0 Comments


Want This Website?

Click on the image above and contact us to get more information and make an offer.