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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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Alerting and Crisis Communication in Australia

As with many things, we see crisis communication a little differently here in Australia. In North America and Europe, the focus often centers on active shooter incidents, potential terrorist attacks, and natural disasters. Those are

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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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Case Study: How this Top-Ranked Australian University Keeps Staff and Students Safe with AtHoc

With 40,000 students and 3,000 staff members located on a 126-hectare campus in the heart of Sydney, Australia, Macquarie University faces a unique security challenge. Besides the large student and faculty population, this 52-year-old, top-ranked

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Pentagon Pilots Interoperable Communications Network Powered by BlackBerry’s AtHoc

In July, 2015 President Obama signed the DHS Interoperability Act (H.R.615), requiring homeland security agencies to maintain interoperable communications for daily operations, planned events and emergencies.

The term "Interoperable Communications" is a mouthful. Simply put,

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