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
No Warning: 5 Reasons Weathering a Crisis Without a Secure Communications Network Is Its Own Disaster
In the midst of an emergency, communication makes all the difference in the world. Civilians need to be alerted so they can be brought to safety, and emergency responders need to know the scope and
It's impossible to know exactly when – or where – the next crisis will strike. But with the technology available in today's connected world, there is more possibility than ever before for communities to be
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,
Trying a new recipe can be fun, but it can be more rewarding to make it with someone else, sharing techniques and improving flavors. That's the kind of collaborative relationship we aim to build with
Our latest release introduces significant new capabilities that take crisis communication to another level – beyond alerting. Specifically, it addresses the critical need for collaboration and interoperability with external organizations in times of crises. We