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There is a new player in the emergency communication market. NTI Group has launched its Connect-ED service for higher education. The company started with a K-12 offering, which it reformatted for the postsecondary market. The service is web-based and fully hosted, includes security and privacy technology, allows users to store up to six numbers per contact, can deliver the same message by either voicemail or e-mail, and tracks delivery. Pricing varies; the most comprehensive package, which includes unlimited, campuswide calling to all students and staff, is $3.60 per student contact. Various custom-tailored programs are also available. Get the details at
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Author:McClure, Ann
Publication:University Business
Date:Oct 1, 2006
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