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Beyond Emergencies, What Topics Should You Communicate To Your Employees?

Posted by Daniel Wagstaff on Jun 7, 2018 3:13:41 PM

Disengaged employees cost organizations between $450 and $550 billion annually. Whereas, organizations with high employee engagement outperform those with low employee engagement by 202%.

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Topics: notification system

How Straightxt Can Help Your Business Grow

Posted by Daniel Wagstaff on Jun 6, 2018 11:15:12 AM

There are 4.2 billion sending and receiving text messages globally every single day.In fact, according to Pew Internet, 97% of Americans use their phone to text every day. These are all part of an engaged audience that trust the format of SMS and are potential customers for your business to communicate with.

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5 FAQ’s About Text Message Marketing

Posted by Daniel Wagstaff on Jun 5, 2018 11:59:08 AM

By the year 2020, 48.7 million consumers will opt in to receive business sms!

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Topics: text marketing, text message marketing

What Are Mobile Keywords?

Posted by Daniel Wagstaff on Jun 4, 2018 3:59:08 PM

Today, your smartphone has more computer power than the whole of NASA had when they guided and monitored spacecrafts to the moon in 1969.

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Topics: text message marketing, mobile keywords

How RedFlag Helps Businesses Enhance Their Business Continuity Plans

Posted by Daniel Wagstaff on May 17, 2018 4:09:27 AM

When creating a business continuity plan, you are creating a robust outline of procedures and measures to support your business in times of crisis. Therefore, any software that can enhance the performance of your business continuity plan must be considered and utilized. Redflag has a selection of features that streamline emergency notifications across all platforms, making communication easy and professional in the face of a disaster.

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Topics: business continuity plan, business continuity, RedFlag

Internal Communication Best Practices

Posted by Daniel Wagstaff on May 16, 2018 4:00:48 AM

Internal communications are an integral part of most modern businesses. In fact, how well a message is communicated as just as important as the message itself in some cases. Internal communications is a fine art, when delivered correctly messages can connect, engage, and motivate staff.

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Topics: Internal Communications

Questions To Ask When Selecting An Emergency Notification System For Your Business Continuity Plan

Posted by Daniel Wagstaff on May 15, 2018 11:01:41 AM

There are many emergency notification systems available for businesses to use in the event of a natural or manmade threat to their infrastructure and daily business processes.

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Topics: Emergency Notification System, Internal Communications, business continuity

Business Continuity Best Practices For Hurricane Season

Posted by Daniel Wagstaff on May 14, 2018 2:37:41 PM

Hurricane season puts your business at risk of data loss, facility damages, downtime, and many other inconveniences associated with natural disaster.

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Topics: business continuity

What To Tell Your Employees When A Cyber Attack Impacts Your Business Operations

Posted by Daniel Wagstaff on May 11, 2018 10:04:52 AM

Cyber attacks come in many forms and can seriously impact the operations and infrastructure of your business. Whilst it's important to have business continuity plans in place and team members allocated to deal with such attacks, it's also paramount to consider what to tell employees and how as a cyber attack emerges.

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Topics: Uncategorized

When IT Hits the Fan: What IT Should Do When Infrastructure Goes Down

Posted by Daniel Wagstaff on May 10, 2018 9:14:20 AM

Your IT infrastructure is a delicate part of your overall business. It is the glue that holds together all of the hardware, software, data, and information that keeps your staff, customers, managers, and stakeholders up to date whilst your business runs smoothly. However, as with any technology reliant parts of your organization, there will be occasions when your IT infrastructure fails.

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Topics: Technology, business continuity