A lock screen tool allows you to display a message on a computer's display screen when the computer is in locked mode, and when a user enters their password. This provides a powerful opportunity to broadcast important messages to your staff.
Lock screens unlock the communication potential of an existing medium: your staff’s computer screens. Every time an employee needs to unlock their computer represents an opportunity to reach them with useful or important information - at a time when you have their full attention!
Repetition is key for message readership and recall – and that’s where lock screen delivers. Staff will see your message multiple times throughout each day, typically beginning when they first log in.
Because the message can’t be dismissed when users need to log in to their computer, you get guaranteed exposure. Your message simply cannot be missed.
Turn your idle screens into compelling communication channels with SnapComms lock screens.
Lock screen messaging is highly effective for broad reach, while being passive enough not to disrupt employees. It is viewed by a captive audience, at log in, when no other messaging apps can compete for attention.
In many organizations, security policies insist staff lock their computers when away from their desk, or not in use. Consequently, these computers require unlocking several times each day. This presents a unique, perfectly-timed opportunity to promote and reinforce your message throughout the day.
And the more it’s seen, the more it’s remembered and acted upon by staff.
Gain control of internal comms by publishing the Lock Screen through the SnapComms Content Manager – no need for IT to implement, and far more efficient.
"Store staff on the shop floor needed something that popped up in whatever tool they were using and SnapComms gave us that ability. It is the tool we use to push information to store staff."
"The SnapComms internal communications tools brighten the office making it more vibrant. It has positively impacted on staff engagement levels and brand alignment"
"Screensaver messages have really helped to build our internal brand and culture and act as mini-billboards promoting things of benefit and interest to staff."