DeskAlerts Launches Version 184.108.40.206 Of Globally Used Notifications Software
As the end of 2015’s first quarter approaches DeskAlerts has lifted the lid on its updated 220.127.116.11 software. Intuitive, intelligent and designed to meet the needs of contemporary businesses, the new version is set to enhance the operations of clients across the globe. Any bugs which were encountered by users have been eliminated which makes DeskAlerts 18.104.22.168 faster and more responsive than ever before.
One of the major new features of DeskAlerts 22.214.171.124 is its globalization friendly functionality. While DeskAlerts was previously limited to English only content the new version allows users to choose from a variety of different languages. At the centre of the software’s new multi-lingual functionality is the introduction of a language translation feature to the message compilation process. This gives administrators the flexibility to send the same message in a variety of different languages. The sender doesn’t have to know a single word of the alternative dialect as the automatic translation engine creates an accurate interpretation in the language of their choice. Now, administrators can enjoy the complete peace of mind that their message will not get lost in translation.
Anton Vdovin, DeskAlerts Project Manager explains, “The emergence of new technologies has given businesses a chance to expand into the international market and reach a much larger audience. Of course, expansion doesn’t come without its difficulties and language barriers are one of the major hitches faced by businesses looking to branch out to foreign shores. This is particularly evident when trying to streamline internal operations involving staff that speak English as a second language. DeskAlerts 126.96.36.199 offers an intelligent solution to the issue with its automatic translation engine that allows administrators to send messages in a myriad of different dialects.”
Another noteable upgrade to DeskAlerts 188.8.131.52 is the integration of Spanish interface translation. With Spanish spoken as a native language by over 470 million people around the world, the introduction of the widely adopted Romance language is set to rapidly improve the internal communication strategies of the company’s global portfolio of clients.
As well as being spoken in Spain, Spanish is an official language of the United Nations, the European Union, the Organization of American States, the Union of South American Nations and a plethora of other international organisations. It is also adopted as a primary language of other countries around the world. Furthermore, linguistic experts have predicted that the dominance of Spanish is only set to grow over the coming years, with the USA reporting a growth rate of 233% since 1980. For workplaces placing value on speed and efficiency the ability for Spanish speakers to navigate the interface in their native language will make communication easier, faster and more authentic.
Anton Vdovin, DeskAlerts director explains, “We’re continually on the lookout for new ways to improve and enhance our service and given the fact that globalisation is rapidly spreading its wings, the integration of alternative languages seemed like the perfect next move.”
Another newly introduced feature that galvanises the latest DeskAlerts 184.108.40.206 software is the introduction of several OSX improvements. The upgrades were inspired by recent research which revealed that organizations are starting to show a growing preference for Apple’s state-of-the-art technology. According to Erik Frieberg, VP of Marketing at Vmware the trend is largely powered by an emergence of BYOPC (Bring Your Own PC) and BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) schemes in modern workplaces. The predictions were part of a controversial report titled “The Apple Enterprise Invasion” and foresaw that the dominance of Windows could be dwindling.
In response to the report, as well as reports of multiple OSX software glitches, DeskAlerts rolled out a series of upgrades. Key improvements included the removal of a reappearing registration window glitch, management of errors and streamlining of the overall OSX experience. Mac users have also been given access to the popular message skin function. This allows administrators to customise skins and create a sleek and professional corporate image. Thanks to the efforts of DeskAlerts engineers OSX users now enjoy a superlative experience from any Apple device.
“Apple products are incredibly advanced and a huge amount of time, effort and capital has gone into making them the most sophisticated machines on the planet. It would be an insult to the brand to offers Apple users an experience that was anything less than flawless. That’s why we’ve had our in-house engineers review and refine OSX compatibility to ensure that Apple aficionados get the experience they deserve,” said Vdovin.
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About DeskAlerts: DeskAlerts is the alert software that works in technologically and geographically diverse networks. It is a completely web-based solution that can be used to send desktop alerts and news updates to any employee within your organization, improving communications and productivity with a more efficient communication strategy than traditional email alone. View the DeskAlerts video to find out more.
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