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Jessica Neuner

About Jessica Neuner

Jessica Neuner is a Customer Support Specialist for MessageNet systems. She graduated from Vassar College with a history degree and has since taught English in Tokyo and worked as customer support for Nook at Barnes and Noble. In her spare time, she enjoys writing (she's currently working on her first novel), learning languages (currently improving her Japanese), practicing martial arts, playing video games, and travel.

Message Prioritization

Because MessageNet Connections can be used for both everyday and emergency communications, protocols for message prioritization need to be set up. Too often, users, not wanting their messages to be interrupted by others’, set theirs with higher priority levels, potentially … Read More…

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Security in Schools

In an emergency, like the mass-shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary, seconds matter enormously. An event of that nature is impossible to predict, and thus impossible to completely prevent, but if improving the speed and effectiveness of emergency communications can save … Read More…

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Security at the London 2012 Olympics

For the 2012 Olympics, London, which already had a large number of security cameras, did everything from install surface-to-air missiles to surveillance systems for infectious diseases. One of the most important innovations for the Olympic Games, however, is probably the introduction of … Read More…

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Reliance on Mobile Phone Services

Mobile phone technology is ubiquitous in our culture. Nearly everyone has a mobile phone, and given the recent developments of their capabilities, it’s easy to see why. Phones can function as GPS units, mobile media devices and mini computers in … Read More…

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Creating a Personal Directory with MessageNet Connections

The User Directory of MessageNet Connections can be organized in many different ways. You can view other users based on their department, last name, organization, group, lists they’re a part of, or any number of other ways. But what about … Read More…

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The Benefits of a Browser-Based System

MessageNet Connections is browser-based, meaning that it is launched directly from a web browser, such as Firefox or Chrome. Even though those two browsers (especially Chrome) are preferred for the best experience, this allows users to sign in on whichever … Read More…

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Make Power Point Presentations Compatible

MessageNet Connections can be used to make media messages that can be posted to LCD screens. Media messages can contain videos, photos, Power Point presentations, or other types of media. Power Point presentations, while still easy to attach to a … Read More…

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Common Easily Avoidable Errors (part 3)- Accidental Restrictions

The following tips are for current MessageNet users. If you aren’t a current user, feel free to keep reading to see the many ways MessageNet connections can work for you. MessageNet Connections has different security classes of users, ranging from … Read More…

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Common Easily Avoidable Errors (part 2)- Messages That Never Expire

The following tips are for current MessageNet Connections users. If you aren’t one yet, you can feel free to skip ahead to the next article or keep reading to find out the many ways MessageNet Connections can help you. Messages … Read More…

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Common Easily Avoidable Errors (part 1)- Save vs. Save as New

The following tips are for current MessageNet users. If you aren’t a current user, feel free to keep reading to see the many ways MessageNet connections can work for you. A common mistake a lot of people make is confusing … Read More…

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