Alert Cascade in Action
All the latest news and updates, press highlights, topical advice, and tips on how to respond effectively to a crisis using our mass notification tools
Great Western Hospitals launch suite of Alert Cascade solutions ensuring compliance with NHS Core Standards for Emergency Preparedness, Resilience and Response.
We recently presented at the Resilient Scotland Conference in Edinburgh – our topic was the importance of considering potential impacts from flooding in your business continuity plan.
Mass notification is a broad term; depending on who you’re talking with, it can mean anything from a one way text blast, right up to a multi-channel two way communication system with all the bells and whistles … or anything in between.
In our previous article, we learnt that we can’t be resilient in isolation. We need to collaborate, and and we need to communicate effectively with people, regardless of what’s happening around us. But what do we mean by “resilient communications”? What makes a communication method resilient?
First of all, let’s take a few minutes to answer the most obvious questions. What have communications got to do with resilience? What are you going to get out of this series of articles?
Implementing a mass notification service can be a daunting task, and getting buy in from front line staff can be the trickiest piece of the puzzle.
Alert Cascade’s mass notification service announced as Business Continuity European Awards 2017 finalist
Alert cascade’s mass notification service announced as business continuity institute European awards 2017 finalist.
Despite the rise of app based messaging, old school sms texts still provide valuable benefits as part of your emergency mass notification service kit bag.
Alert Cascade’s emergency mass notification service announced as business continuity awards finalist
Alert cascade’s mass notification service announced as a business continuity awards finalist in “most innovative product of the year” category.
Emergency notification services are designed to help you contact tens, hundreds or thousands of people at the touch of a button. The downside of that is … you are now responsible for looking after data belonging to tens, hundreds or thousands of people.
A quick search on google will show you just how many different emergency notification systems are out there …. But how do you choose the vendor (and the platform) that’s right for you?
Latest business continuity institute report shows “lack of understanding from recipients” as the leading cause of failure to achieve response rate targets with emergency notification services.