Changing technologies, environmental regulations, and information sources are complicating the way that oil and gas professionals communicate. In case of an emergency, communications tend to break down. That’s why it’s important to have a robust
When it comes to emergency preparedness, everyone is reconsidering the rules. From the private sector to the public sector, leadership teams are recognizing the need to prepare for increasingly frequent natural and manmade disasters.
To manage security risks, hospitals must answer a few key questions. These questions arise because hospitals today face a unique set of challenges.
Most companies have data that they consider vital. Hospitals have data that
Here in Dane County, WI, we are best known for our state capital city of Madison and the main campus of the University of Wisconsin. We are responsible for a wide geographic area and about
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
Real-time communication is crucial in the midst of an emergency, where every moment matters for the welfare of the people and organizations involved. When a crisis strikes, public safety and law enforcement officials must be
As the old saying goes, it's better to repair the roof when the sun is shining instead of waiting for a leak. The same premise applies to hospital communications systems: it's better to modernize your