Advances in technology have always come with more advantages than disadvantages, which is why people are always so quick to embrace them. One of these many advances has revolutionized the way in which people are able to send and receive information. This advancement is in the form of mass notification systems. These systems can be used in different capacities, by different companies to achieve various results. However, one of its best uses is as part of a crisis communication tool which can help enhance commercial evacuation procedures. Let’s take a quick look at some of the ways a mass notification system can accomplish this.
Tips on Writing Messages for Critical Situations
President Obama’s speech on Sunday night gave us confirmation that what happened in San Bernardino on December 2nd was, indeed, an act of terrorism. Most of us already concluded this fact based on what the media reported. While the Obama Administration works diligently to fight the threat of terrorism and presidential candidates hash out their own opinions and strategies on what they think should happen, there is a heightened sense of awareness for our own safety.
Make Crisis Communication Successful with a Mass Notification System
As our world changes and technology improves, processes, procedures and tools need to be modernized as well. The subject of mass notification and crisis communications is no different, and in fact, the cloud-based tech, social media networks and ability to communication from almost anywhere, anytime that our time has developed has vastly improved crisis communications. From cradle to grave, a crisis is aided by mass notification capabilities from the distribution of early warning messages, the instantaneous delivery of critical information and follow on messages after events have secured.
Advances in technology have always come with more advantages than disadvantages, which is why people are always so quick to embrace them. One of these many advances has revolutionized the way in which people are able to send and receive information. This advancement is in the form of mass notification systems. These systems can be used in different capacities, by different properties to achieve various results. However, one of its best uses is as part of a crisis communication tool which can help enhance commercial evacuation procedures. Let’s take a quick look at some of the ways a mass notification system can accomplish this.
Using a mass notification system effectively is the key to setting your organization apart from the competition.
We are fortunate that today’s mass notification system technology makes the transmission of information easier than ever before. But what turns the transmission of information into the art of communication? As an employer, manager or property owner leveraging digital, communication technology can help your organization gain a competitive advantage.
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I got a news alert on my phone last night about the EgyptAir Flight that disappeared from radar somewhere over the Mediterranean Sea and immediately, my heart sank. Tragic. What happened? I wondered. A malfunction? Human error? This morning, as the news reported the cause of the downed aircraft could likely be terrorism my heart sank even deeper.
No need to grab your remote control. That’s right, it’s not a local news channel I’m talking about, Channel 9 is Microsoft’s online community that showcases the people behind Microsoft products and connects them with those who use them. The site hosts video channels, discussions, podcasts, screencasts, interviews and more. There is a dedication sections for partners called the Microsoft Partner Apps Blog where apps and solutions developed by Microsoft partners are highlighted. And right now, Pocketstop is being featured on the Channel 9 Partner Apps blog to highlight our recent accomplishment of bringing mass notification capabilities to Office 365.