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  • ALERT: Service Maintenance Announcement For Group Of T-MOBILE CELL Users

    T-Mobile will be performing system maintenance for a 90 minute window starting at approximately 3:00 AM Eastern on July 3, 2014. Maintenance will be performed to limit the disruption to wireless data traffic flow. However, T-Mobile CELL devices may experience intermittent network connectivity during this. Please make sure to set up a missed report alert if you are concerned about connectivity issues. 

    sensor cloud, Temperature@lert Sensor Cloud, missed report alert


    Temperature@lert will monitor this maintenance closely. Temperature@lert will keep you updated on the status of this on our blog and social media.

    Thank you for choosing Temperature@lert for your monitoring needs and please do not hesitate to contact us at support@temperaturealert.com, if you have questions about your service.


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  • ALERT: Service Maintenance Announcement For Group Of T-MOBILE CELL Users

    T-Mobile will be performing system maintenance for a 60 minute window starting at approximately 3:00 AM Eastern on July 2, 2014. Maintenance will be performed to limit the disruption to wireless data traffic flow. However, T-Mobile CELL devices may experience intermittent network connectivity during this. Please make sure to set up a missed report alert if you are concerned about connectivity issues. 

    sensor cloud, Temperature@lert Sensor Cloud, missed report alert


    Temperature@lert will monitor this maintenance closely. Temperature@lert will keep you updated on the status of this on our blog and social media.

    Thank you for choosing Temperature@lert for your monitoring needs and please do not hesitate to contact us at support@temperaturealert.com, if you have questions about your service.


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  • ALERT: Service Outage For Group Of T-MOBILE CELL Users Detected And Resolved

    At approximately 1:51PM EDT a group of T-Mobile services became unavailable. Temperature@lert contacted the cellular data service provider immediately upon discovering the issue in order to restore services. T-Mobile  was experiencing network issues at their Snoqualmie, WA data center.  Segmented group of customers with T-Mobile Temperature@lert devices (14%) were experiencing an outage on and off this weekend. As of 5:38pm EDT, service has been restored to all CELL users who experienced the outage. 

    Temperature@lert will continue to monitor the issue closely and ensure that service will be restored to users as soon as possible if it has not already been done so. We also offer a store and forward feature that stores the sensor readings in the cellular unit and then retransmits them once service is restored from an outage. If you would like more information on adding this feature, please contact us.

    Thank you for choosing Temperature@lert for your monitoring needs and please do not hesitate to contact us at support@temperaturealert.com, if you are still experiencing problems with your service.



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  • ALERT: Service Outage For Group Of T-MOBILE CELL Users Detected

    At approximately 1:51PM EDT a group of T-Mobile services became unavailable. Temperature@lert contacted the cellular data service provider immediately upon discovering the issue in order to restore services. T-Mobile is currently experiencing network issues at their Snoqualmie, WA data center.  Segmented group of customers with T-Mobile Temperature@lert devices are currently experiencing an outage on and off this weekend.

    Temperature@lert will continue to monitor the issue closely and ensure that service will be restored to users as soon as possible. Temperature@lert will keep you updated on the status of this issue on our blog and social media.

    Thank you for choosing Temperature@lert for your monitoring needs and please do not hesitate to contact us at support@temperaturealert.com, if you have questions about your service.

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  • Meet The Team At The NRA Show 2014 (Chicago)

    Have you met the Temperature@lert team yet? Come down to the McCormick Center in Chicago from May 17th through the 20th (this weekend!) and meet with our CEO & President: Harry Schechter, our Director of Business Developer: David Ricketts, our Advertising Acrobat: Diane Deng, and our B2B Bees: Benny Bridger. Find us at Booth #8239 (North Hall)!
     

    This is a not-to-miss event, the premier restaurant, food service and hospitality industry show. Come and learn about how Temperature@lert can help you meet HACCP along with other regulations by overseeing, monitoring and alerting from BOH to FOH to pantry and through the rest of you culinary kitchen stand. Temperature@lert has you covered and would love to meet with you if you're in the Chicago area! If you can't make it, make sure you're following @TempAlertHarry for the latest news at the show!
     

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  • ALERT: Service Outage For Segmented Group Of CELL Users Detected And Resolved

    At approximately 11:57AM EDT a group of T-Mobile services became unavailable in the Atlanta area. Temperature@lert contacted the cellular data service provider immediately upon discovering the issue in order to restore services. As of 12:34pm EDT, service has been restored to all CELL users who experienced the outage. 


    Temperature@lert will continue to monitor the issue closely and ensure that service will be restored to users as soon as possible if it has not already been done so. We also offer a store and forward feature that stores the sensor readings in the cellular unit and then retransmits them once service is restored from an outage. If you would like more information on adding this feature, please contact us.

    Thank you for choosing Temperature@lert for your monitoring needs and please do not hesitate to contact us at support@temperaturealert.com, if you are still experiencing problems with your service.

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  • Free Download: iPhone iOS7 App Update For Temperature@lert Sensor Cloud

    Temperature@lert, the leading provider of real-time, cloud-based environmental monitoring solutions for every industry from food transportation to vaccine storage, releases the latest update of its free iPhone® app for their Sensor Cloud service. Their most recent iPhone app revision boasts an iOS7-inspired design allowing for greater clarity and viewing options with improved graphing functionality.­

    Temperature@lert iPhone iOS7 App

    The Temperature@lert Sensor Cloud iPhone app was originally released in 2009, which provided iPhone users access to their account via app instead of their mobile browser. Sensor Cloud is a service that can place Temperature@lert USB, WIFI and CELL devices all under one interface providing remote access to its users. The user can view readings on desktop, mobile or tablet platforms. By logging into Sensor Cloud’s secure web site (www.myalertlist.com), the user can see current conditions, manage telephone, text/SMS and e-mail alerts, create and export reports and logs for compliance and much, much more.

    Exactly like its predecessor, the latest iPhone app revision is free for all Sensor Cloud users. The app does not include any advertisements or other marketing features. The updated Temperature@lert Sensor Cloud app is now available in the Apple iPhone App Store (https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/temperature-lert-sensor-cloud/id432953216). Interested users can try a free demo of Sensor Cloud by visiting: http://www.temperaturealert.com/Remote-Temperature/Sensor-Cloud-Demo.aspx.

    “Having had an iPhone app for our Sensor Cloud users since 2009, iOS7 enabled us to refresh our app in a new and innovative manner,” stated Harry Schechter, Temperature@lert CEO/Founder. “While rolling out several new advanced features within the desktop version of Sensor Cloud, such as audit trails and incidents acknowledgments, we received a great deal of feedback from our current users on how to improve the mobile app. It is great to have a new version of the app that helps to meet more customer needs and we hope to continue improve in future revisions across all platforms!”

    For more information about Temperature@lert, please call 866-524-3540 or visit www.TemperatureAlert.com.


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    Written By:

    Diane Deng, Advertising Acrobat

    Born and raised a Bostonian, Diane graduated with a BS from Boston University in Communications with a specialty in Advertising. Aerodynamic Diane spends her spare time flying in the air through her practice of aerial yoga while pursuing her ALM in Information Technology, Digital Media at Harvard. Not only is she a flying machine but a marketing machine as well. She recently launched her first national cross-promotional marketing campaign. When Diane is not gliding on yoga swings, she swiftly manages Temperature@lert's new media accounts while building client and affiliate relationships. For this airborne gal, she likes her temperature like she likes her aerial yoga, a warm 78 degrees.

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  • ALERT: Website Issue Affecting Shipping Options

    At 2:30pm EST, the Temperature@lert team detected an issue on the website that prevents users from selecting between standard and expedited shipping options. We are working to resolve this issue ASAP. Our sincerest apologies for any inconvenience this has caused you.

    Please call us at 866-524-3540 to place orders over the phone or e-mail support@temperaturealert.com with any questions or concerns. We appreciate you choosing Temperature@lert for all your monitoring needs!

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  • ALERT: Intermittent Sensor Cloud Issue Detected And Resolved

    At approximately 1:44pm EST today (February 22, 2014) our support team had detected intermittent Sensor Cloud issues. At 3:33pm EST today (February 22,2014) the team has resolved the issue. Temperature@lert will continue to closely monitor and ensure that service is working properly for all users that were affected. 

    Thank you for choosing Temperature@lert for your monitoring needs and please do not hesitate to contact us at support@temperaturealert.com if you have any questions.

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  • ALERT: Intermittent Sensor Cloud Issue Detected

    At approximately 1:44pm EST today (February 22, 2014) our support team detected intermittent Sensor Cloud issues. Temperature@lert is working on resolving this issue immediately. We are investigating further into the cause of the issue and will provide an update as soon as more information is available. Temperature@lert will continue to monitor the issue closely and ensure that service will be working properly for all users affected as soon as possible, if it has not already been done so.

    Thank you for choosing Temperature@lert for your monitoring needs and please do not hesitate to contact us at support@temperaturealert.com if you have any questions.

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