• PC Alert

    Activate private pop-up alerts and emergency preparedness instructions on recipients' PCs, including everyday communication, severe weather, active shooter situations, lockdowns, shelter in place, Code Blue, bomb threats, and fires.



    • Emergency alerts and instructions pop-up and scroll across PC screens.
    • Customizable for daily messaging, code alerts, unplanned outages, severe weather and more.
    • Push alerts, messages, and instructions to one user or everyone all at once.
    • PC and Mac compatible.




    • Launch instant alerts from a desktop icon in just two clicks.
    • Digitize your emergency preparedness plan.
    • Group by IP ranges, match machine names or add PCs to the group.
    • Send with or without sound.




    • Ability to send messages to select individuals or groups without broadcasting to everyone.
    • Allow recipients to act quickly and discreetly without inciting panic or alerting an intruder.
    • Automated emergency response plans eliminate searching, confusion and panic and can save lives.
    • Use for routine daily requests, schedule updates, reminders, etc.
    • Reduce Help Desk calls by alerting recipients of updates, instructions and planned/unplanned outages.

    Requires the installation of a client on each PC/Mac to receive PC Alerts. The client can be pushed out via a script for easy install across an organization.



    • PC Alert Module
    • Tier 1 License per PC/Mac




    • Server Platform - one of the following components:
      • Small Intel Server: Model-NUC Small Form Factor (LSI-H10200)
      • Dell Server: Dual Power, Hardware RAID (LSI-H10302) – optional redundant configuration
      • Virtual Server: Requires client to provide virtual environment and network/tech support
      • Customer Provided Server: Minimum server requirements – optional redundant configuration




    • Server
      • 1 static IP, subnet, gateway, DNS, per device
        • 3 static IPs, subnet, gateway, DNS, per device if using a redundant configuration
      • Standard power (110V or 220V) per server
      • Ethernet network connection required for each server
      • UPS recommended
      • It is the responsibility of the customer to appropriately configure their network equipment so that the server pair appears to be residing on the same network and subnet.
      • NOTE: Serial and parallel ports have been disabled on the LSI server


    Installation of PC Alerts on PC/Macs


    • Installation of a client on each PC/Mac to receive PC Alerts
    • Operates on ports 6510 and 6520
    • Not multicast and not broadcast


    Download PC Alert Product Sheet