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How is Mobility Used in Crisis Communication Today?

 

Did you know that there are 2 billion smartphones in the world today? That’s billion with a “b.“ It is also estimated that 90 percent of adults in the U.S. own a cell phone. Two-thirds of those people find themselves checking their phones [...]
 

Crisis Communication for the Next Pandemic

 

For the past few weeks it seems you can’t turn on the news without hearing about the Ebola virus. It’s made its way to the U.S. but thankfully the risk of a major outbreak in this country is extremely low. Still, it leaves many organizations, hospitals, and state and local government [...]
 

Learning from the Tōhoku Earthquake and Advice for Multi-Cultural Alerts

 

On March 11, 2011, Japan was hit with what is now called the Great East Japan Earthquake and tsunami (also referred to as the Tōhoku earthquake). As the strongest earthquake ever recorded for Japan, it resulted in more than 15,000 deaths and approximately 2,600 people missing to this day. The subsequent [...]
 

Webinar Slides: Crisis Communication Factors: Earthquakes and Other Natural Disasters

 
  • What’s in store for the upcoming season
  • Best practices for multi-disaster planning
  • Solving severe weather communication challenges
  • Q&A

Download (PDF, 3.43MB)

 

Catch Everbridge at The 2014 Jack Henry Banking Conference (#JHBEC2014)

 

Everything is bigger in Texas, and there isn’t a bigger conference for Jack Henry Customers than the 2014 Banking Educational Conference and Technology Showcase in Grapevine, Texas. The Everbridge team is more than excited to be part of this event.


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Don’t Miss Everbridge At Fusion 14 IT Conference! (#SMFUSION14)

 

The leaves are changing and fall is in full swing – meaning that fall conference season is in full swing, too. Starting on October 19th, through the 22nd, Everbridge will be making its mark on the nation’s capital at the Fusion 14 IT Conference in Washington, D.[...]

 

The Potential Impact of a Pandemic Event and The Value of Preparation

 

Concerns over Ebola outbreaks have become increasingly clear and present across the U.S. this week. This is a serious disease, and like all pandemics, requires special care and consideration when it comes to preparation and critical communication.


In a recent white paper, [...]

 

Critical Communications Roundup: Campus Safety, Team Rubicon and More

 

Welcome to the first edition of a new, ongoing series of roundups from all corners of the critical communications spectrum. It’s been a busy few weeks in our world—as it always is—and communication during all types of critical incidents, ranging from the well-publicized Ebola scare in the U.S., to the [...]

 

LG&E and KU Energy Q&A: Everbridge for Disruptive Events and Customer Threats

 

For utilities, almost anything can be considered a “disruptive event.” Weather, in particular, can wreak havoc – everything from a mild storm that causes a branch to fall on a power line, to an F5 tornado that takes out a power station.


There is a less publicized issue for utilities, however, and [...]

 

The Benefits of Connected Crisis Communication Networks

 

Small emergencies generally require limited communication outside of your organization. But what happens when a big one hits, and you need to get in touch with healthcare facilities, law enforcement agencies, and other outside parties? If you have to go through a complicated chain of command to reach those contacts, the damages of an [...]

 

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