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Oil and Gas Companies: Why You Need to Start Preparing for an Environmental Disaster Today

You may think you're the exception. You're up to date on the latest regulations. You're always in compliance. You renovate your facilities on a regular basis, and your staff is well-trained and capable. "It can't

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Why FedRAMP is Important for Government Agencies

Today, one of the most pressing threats facing governments is a breach in cybersecurity.

Our world is one in which hackers are sophisticated. Detecting breaches is complex. Data is vulnerable, and cyber attacks are evolving

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6 Tips for Protecting Your Seasonal Hires and Your Facility

Holiday season isn't just about cheer, gifts, and taking time off of work to be with family. In many industries, holiday season is crunch time. Orders fly in, and tasks that were put off in

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Health and Safety Challenges in the Oil and Gas Industry

How industry leaders are leveraging innovation in technology to safeguard their infrastructure and personnel.

The oil and gas industry today faces an increasingly challenging landscape. Professionals in this field are seeing emerging technologies, new regulations,

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Sudden Impact, Rapid Response, and Resolution

A Real-World Drill with AtHoc Connect

BlackBerry AtHoc's customers know how well our solutions work within their organizations.  But, what is it like to be an external first responder, receiving an emergency notification via the

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Lines of Contact – Tackling the Three Biggest Challenges to Global Communication in the Oil & Gas Industry

When disaster strikes, communication is paramount. Employees, management, and shareholders must be connected with one another in real-time, and emergency responders need to know right away that something's gone wrong. That task can be difficult

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The Sum of All Parts: Government Crisis Communication for a Unified Response

On January 20, 2017, Donald Trump will officially be sworn in as the 45th President of the United States. To call the announcement – and Trump himself – polarizing is putting it lightly. No President-elect

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