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Notify when there are significant challenges. With Statusload you only inform relevant parts of your business, that a major incident is in progress.

Is there a change in your IT infrastructure? Inform in due time with Statusload

Everything is OK again. Inform your business with Statusload.

When you send a pop up to your business, you can define time, location, running services and AD groups in advance for your recipients. At the same time, you collect important information about who has seen and possibly reacted to your message.

Combine groups of recipients

Notify across categories: locations, running applications, time and AD groups. Hereby, you can avoid involving your entire organization in all challenges but only inform timely to affected users.

What does the Statusload consist of?

Statusload consists of three parts: Status Manager, Status Agent and Status Overview. From the Status Manager, you control exactly which messages your device’s Status Agent should display. Your users can access the Status Overview via Status Agent to see current and past messages. It’s pure It magic you get access to.

It is operating status in the right way

Relieve your service desk and let your IT organization solve challenges while providing relevant information to your business. Avoid mass-sent e-mails no one reads or responds to.


Your organization is growing and is becoming a big size. Unfortunately, challenges are experienced at one or more of your locations, but fortunately not your entire organization. You can now send a message directly to affected areas while the other parts do not receive the message. This can be defined from your external or internal ip addresses.


When you create a message, you can define how long your message should be active. You can choose to be active immediately or start at a pre-defined time. When time expires, the message automatically changes status and any unnoticed messages are automatically removed from your users’ machines. In other words, there will be no irrelevant messages on your users’ machines. You keep your users informed within the predefined time without disturbing unnecessarily.


You probably already have a portfolio of business critical applications. If you experience challenges in your infrastructure, you only need to inform affected users when using Statusload. For example, if you experience challenges with your mail system, you can send a message to the users who use that particular system. Other users do not receive the information and can work safely. A concrete example could be that your organization experiences challenges with the mail server. This means increased pressure on your service desk. Fortunately, you can create a message for just those users who currently use that mail program with relevant information about the available challenges. This will allow your affected users to effectively continue using other systems.

When your infrastructure consists of an AD, you have a good tool for categorizing your users into different groups. For example, if you have divided your users into departments and staff groups, it will be an easy task to tell a particular staff group about changes or crashes. The possibilities are endless and the Statusload supports you all the way.

Cool, cool, cool. Can it be combined?

Of course, it can. If you want to send a message at a specific time, to a particular AD group using a particular application at a particular location, it is also an option. You are not limited to sending only to a single category but you can customize recipients according to your needs.