Emergency Messaging System

New miSecureMessages Features Available with Server Version 6.6

McFarland, WI – Amtelco’s 1Call Division is pleased to announce the new miSecureMessages Server Version 6.6, with significant enhancements for both users and administrators.

User Features

Got a New Phone? Or a New Tablet?

Got a New Phone? Or a New Tablet?

Here’s How to Migrate miSecureMessages to Your New Device!

When you start using a new device, there are a few easy steps to follow to continue using miSecureMessages.

Using a Secure Messaging App as Part of a Disaster Recovery Plan

It might be an extreme weather event-- a hurricane, a forest fire, a tornado. Maybe it’s an act of terror, or maybe it’s a failure of aspect of the infrastructure. Regardless of the cause, a disaster situation requires a calm, premeditated recovery plan in order to minimize damage and casualties. Recent events in Texas, Florida, Puerto Rico, and Las Vegas show just how chaotic the immediate aftermath of a disaster can be and just how essential it is to have a sound recovery plan in place.

miSecureMessages Celebrates Six Years of Secure Texting, along with New Server Version 6.5!

McFarland, WI – The 1Call Division of AMTELCO is pleased to announce that miSecureMessages is celebrating six years of secure texting and messaging. Since being introduced in February 2011, miSecureMessages has continued to be vital to maintaining Protected Health Information (PHI), ensuring healthcare organizations meet and HITECH regulations.

In addition, the new miSecureMessages Server Version 6.5 introduces a number of new features, including:

“I Lost My Phone!”

Four words we hope we never hear, but it does happen, and it happens more than we think. While it’s hard to pinpoint an exact number, some estimates show that between 3 million and 4.5 million smartphones were stolen in 2013. And that number does not even include cell phones that were simply lost.

These numbers may seem staggering, but consider what happens when a lost or stolen phone belongs to your healthcare provider. In the wrong hands, this can have serious implications, especially if providers send unsecured messages that contain patient information.