3 Mass Notification Myths Hindering Your Progress

With scads of applications in routine and emergency communications, mass notifications have the potential to enhance revenue, productivity, customer/employee engagement and safety. Mass notifications can also ease your staff’s workload and reduce risks to the people, property and profits under your care. (More on potential applications in this guide.) Three myths keep many organizations from enjoying…

Securing patients, healthcare workers when resources are strained

It’s tough to overstate the magnitude of stress, risks and obstacles hindering healthcare workers today. As the COVID-19 pandemic evolves, healthcare organizations have no choice but to get creative, make the most of dwindling resources, and find ways to ease pressures on staff without sacrificing patient care and safety. In this post, we’ll focus on…

Increasing Safety Monitoring, Mass Notifications Capabilities in a Pandemic

The coronavirus outbreak has forced all of us to make the most of dwindling resources and find new ways to do business, engage staff and customers remotely. As one famed entrepreneur put it, how organizations treat internal and external audiences during this crisis can shape their reputation and market performance for decades. In the immediate…

Low-Cost, High-ROI: Enhacing Emergency & Communications Technologies You Already Own

Your communications with staff, customers and other audiences could be better, but resources are tight. Your emergency notifications aren’t efficient, but it’s not in the budget to improve them now. Your crisis preparedness is questionable, but your money’s tied up elsewhere. We get it. You need to prioritize investments and hold off on some wish…

Clery Act Clarifies: Timely Warning or Emergency Notification?

Clery Act Clarifies: Timely Warning or Emergency Notification?

What’s the difference between a timely warning and an emergency notification? For schools, that distinction could mean the difference between compliance and violation of Clery Act requirements, or worse: unnecessary risks to students. As with macaroons and macarons, the similar-yet-distinct meanings are also a frequent source of confusion the Clery Center recently covered in its…