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The Importance of Business Continuity Compliance for Crisis Management

How does your organization rebuild after a disaster? Should an earthquake, tsunami, power failure or hurricane occur, what does the new normal look like?

While your goal may be to immediately return to business as

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Critical Communication: How to Avoid Poorly Written Mass Alerts

Nothing incites panic like receiving a message along the lines of, “Don’t panic, but….” If you’re tasked with sending out critical communications in a disaster, the pressure is on you to be clear and effective.

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Crisis Communication Considerations: High-Risk Earthquake Zones

According to National Geographic, more than 143 million Americans live in an earthquake zone. During the coming decades, certain areas are likely to experience a large earthquake. While western states are often cited as

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The Future of Crisis Communications in Transportation

How Data Will Drive Faster, Better, More Appropriate Levels of Response

"One of the key issues that continues to frustrate emergency management operators at transportation hubs is the inability to contact individuals outside the reach

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Workplace Violence: Summoning Assistance

Both Canadian and U.S. safety laws require the establishment of a safe workplace along with clearly defined policies regarding the prevention of workplace violence. Much of the attention is focused on risk assessment and mitigation.

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Become Educated About Disaster Recovery

Disaster recovery – recovering from the loss of technology during a disaster – is a crucial part of the response to any emergency. E-commerce, email, inventory control, and supply chain management are just a few

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Build Your Business Continuity Plan on Solid Ground

Business continuity planning is a highly specialized area, requiring deep knowledgeable and specific experience. As an expert in the field, you need to know details of your company’s production systems, how local government works with

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Business Operations Need AtHoc, Too

Leading global enterprises and governments leverage AtHoc technology to communicate with essential staff and associated organizations when crisis strikes. That is perfectly appropriate, but it misses other valuable applications for this technology.

While AtHoc is

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