Spring World 2015

Conference & Exhibit

Attend The #1 BC/DR Event!

Summer Journal

Volume 27, Issue 3

Full Contents Now Available!

Enhancing Mass Notification Through the Power of Location

Written by  NICKY MILLER & JONATHAN CROSS January 6, 2011

Emergencies come in all shapes and sizes. Some impact just a few people; others can crash an entire organization. Regardless of the nature or scale, one important key to maintaining business resiliency and continuity is to quickly and accurately communicate to everyone affected. One positive outcome from the recent spate of exceptional natural and man-made emergencies – Sept. 11, Hurricane Katrina, the mass murder at Virginia Tech, the 2007 San Diego wildfires – is the push by companies, safety officials, and technology providers to improve emergency notification capabilities. In all four cases, poor communication of accurate and timely information cost people their lives. The constant evolution of information and communication technology is also raising expectations for what can be achieved in terms of messaging speed, targeting, and audience

PLEASE SIGN IN TO CONTINUE READING.

Not a Member? Subscribe Today For Free! Membership Includes:

  • Free delivery of DRJ's Quarterly Magazine
  • Free online access of DRJ's latest Magazine
  • Free access to the DRJ Archives
  • Informational Updates
  • Conference alerts and information
  • Free White Papers
  • Free blog posting
  • And much more!