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WASHINGTON — Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) in coordination with state, local, tribal, and territorial emergency managers and state broadcasters’ associations, will conduct a test of the Emergency Alert System (EAS) in nine states on Wednesday, June 15th at 2:20 PM MDT/1:20 PM PDT.
Broadcasters from the following locations are voluntarily participating in the test: California, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, North Dakota, Oregon, South Dakota, Wyoming, and Washington. The EAS test is made available to radio, broadcast and cable television systems and is scheduled to last approximately one minute.
The test will verify the delivery and broadcast, and assess the readiness for distribution of a national-level test message. The message of the test will be similar to the regular monthly test message of EAS, normally heard and seen by the public: “This is a national test of the Emergency Alert System. This is only a test.”
Public safety officials need to be sure that in times of an emergency or disaster, they have the methods and systems that will deliver urgent alerts and warnings to the public when needed.
The EAS test might also be seen and heard in states and tribal areas that border the participating states as well as in Canada and Mexico.
Periodic testing of public alert and warning systems is a way to assess the operational readiness of the infrastructure required for the distribution of a national message and determine what technological improvements need to be addressed. The next national test is scheduled for September 28, 2016. Results from this test will support preparations and improvements leading up to the national test.
Receiving preparedness tips and timely information about weather conditions or other emergency events can make all the difference in knowing when to take action to be safe. FEMA and partners are working to ensure you can receive alerts and warnings quickly through several different technologies no matter where you are–at home, at school, at work, or in the community. The FEMA App, which can be downloaded on both android and apple devices, is one way to ensure you receive both preparedness tips and weather alerts of your choice. Download the FEMA App today.
More information on the Integrated Public Alert and Warning System (IPAWS) and Wireless Emergency Alerts (WEA) is available atwww.fema.gov/ipaws or www.ready.gov/alerts.
Background: In 2007, FEMA began modernizing the nation’s public alert and warning system by integrating new technologies into the existing alert systems. The new system, known as the Integrated Public Alert and Warning System (IPAWS) became operational in 2011. Today, IPAWS supports over 700 local, state, tribal, and federal users through a standardized message format. IPAWS enables public safety alerting authorities such as emergency managers, police and fire departments to send the same alert and warning message over multiple communication pathways at the same time to citizens in harm’s way, helping to save lives. For more information on FEMA’s IPAWS, go to:http://www.fema.gov/ipaws">www.fema.gov/ipaws. For more preparedness information, go tohttp://www.ready.gov">www.ready.gov.
Gartner Magic Quadrant confirms Arcserve technology is enterprise-grade, built for mid-market organizations
MINNEAPOLIS – Arcserve, LLC, the market’s first provider of simple, unified data protection for cloud, virtual and physical environments, is identified as the fastest growing provider of data protection solutions that back up and instantly recover from heterogeneous IT infrastructures. According to Gartner metrics that detail the firm’s annual market share analysis on data center backup and recovery, Arcserve grew its worldwide market share by 28.3 percent year-over-year.
Furthermore, in its most recent Magic Quadrant for Data Center Backup and Recovery Software, Gartner recognizes Arcserve’s continued investment in addressing the backup needs of upper-midsize and decentralized large-enterprise organizations, underscored by a marked improvement in sales and the conversion from its foundational solution to its flagship technology, Arcserve Unified Data Protection (UDP).
“We’re pleased to see Gartner recognizing the enterprise-grade capacity of our solutions, which we proudly deliver to organizations of all sizes,” said Mike Crest, CEO, Arcserve. “This consolidation of our market position is a testament to how Arcserve is transforming IT environments with disruptive innovation that combines frequently siloed technologies into a unified, agile solution.”
The newly published report is refocused to include only vendors that have very strong capabilities at an enterprise level. As a result, a number of vendors were out of scope for the 2016 quadrant.
“Gartner research has shown significant movement in the backup and recovery category, while reinforcing the breadth of our solution capabilities which range from traditional backup to continuous data accessibility,” said Christophe Bertrand, vice president of product marketing at Arcserve. “We believe vendors that focus on specialized functionality, such as virtualization, are experiencing high customer ‘churn’ as companies increasingly seek unified solutions.”
Less than two years after becoming an independent company, Arcserve has built out its backup and recovery portfolio to include award-winning software, appliances and disaster recovery as a service (DraaS). The company’s focus on delivering enterprise-capable data protection to the mid-market through its global channel partner network has fueled Arcserve’s success, and positions it very favorably for further market expansion.
Arcserve is a leading provider of data protection and recovery software that provides organizations with the assurance that they can recover their data and applications when needed. Launched in 1990, Arcserve provides a comprehensive solution for cloud, virtual and physical environments, on premise or in the cloud, backed by unsurpassed support and expertise. Arcserve Unified Data Protection (UDP), available on Arcserve’s appliance or your hardware, drives a full range of highly efficient and integrated data protection capabilities through a simple, web-based user console. Arcserve has a customer base of 45,000 end users in more than 150 countries and partners with over 7,500 distributors, resellers and service providers around the world. Arcserve is headquartered in Minneapolis, Minn. with offices around the world. Visit www.arcserve.com.
One of the paradoxes of storage management is that while the sheer volume of data that needs to be managed continues to grow, utilization rates of traditional magnetic storage systems have never been that high. One of the reasons for this is that virtual machines lay claim to a lot of storage space they are actually not using.
Formation Data Systems has added a Virtual Storage Recapture (VSR) capability to its FormationOne Dynamic Storage Platform that enables IT organizations to identify and redeploy storage stranded in a virtual server or hyperconverged system.
Formation Data Systems CEO Mark Lewis says FormationOne is a software-defined storage offering that can be used to make storage appear as a file, block or object system. The result, says Lewis, is a more efficient use of storage in a world where existing legacy and modern applications often need to access the same data.