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Large US Hospitality Company Case Study

 
How IT Alerting Can Save Your Business MoneyA large US hospitality holding company had a serious dilemma. It held more than 6,300 hotels, representing more than 500,000 rooms, in more than 35 countries and territories.  If an IT outage occurred, impacting this system, the business faced revenue losses that could total over approximately $27,000 per every […]
 

Improving Disaster and Crisis Management With Timely Communication and Response – Part 4

 
Governance Documents and Communications Matrices Regina Phelps recently joined forces with Everbridge and recorded a webinar that explores in-depth strategies for improving your disaster and crisis management. Previously in part 3 of this five part series, Regina discussed the 3 main responsibilities of a communications team. If you missed part 3, you can access it here. In this installment […]
 

Everbridge Named 2016 Best Place to Work by Los Angeles Business Journal

 
We are excited to announce that Everbridge was recently named one of the Best Places to Work in Los Angeles by the Los Angeles Business Journal and Best Companies Group. The awards program honors the best employers in Los Angeles, benefiting the county’s economy, workforce and businesses. This most recent accolade is just another shining example of […]
 

Recruiters Corner – Networking Events in the Age of the Internet

 
Back in the Stone Age, aka the year 2000, networking events, job fairs and industry trade shows were a great way for a candidate to get an interview with a company. A person would come to the event, wait in line to talk with a recruiter, make a great impression and walk away with a […]
 

Don’t Let an IT Issue Become a Customer Experience Issue

 
If we agree on the fact that a major IT issue is a business issue, then every minute in which a computer application is unavailable hurts the business; loss of revenue, drop of employee productivity, patient safety at risk, brand damage or just a big mess.  Companies have done a good job over the past years […]
 

Improving Disaster and Crisis Management With Timely Communication and Response – Part 3

 
3 Responsibilities of a Communications Team Regina Phelps recently joined forces with Everbridge and recorded a webinar that explores in-depth strategies for improving your disaster and crisis management. Previously in part 2 of this five part series, Regina discussed the basics of crisis communication and how to establish and organize a communications team. If you missed part […]
 

Webinar Preview: Active Shooter Preparedness, Maturing Your Organization’s Plans and Procedures

 
Would you know what to do in the event of an active shooter selecting your office to carry out their attack? Would your employees know what to do? According to an FBI survey, 45% of active shooter incidents take place in a commercial environment. In an active shooter scenario, preparation is the key to survival. In this webinar, Steven […]
 

Join Us Today! Social Media for Law Enforcement and Public Safety #Webinar

 
Nearly 80% of the US population is on social media, making it an essential asset for law enforcement officials everywhere, both for conducting investigations and for community outreach. Unfortunately, only 10% of law enforcement officials learned how to use social media for investigations through formal training. On top of that, 70% of those agencies not using social […]
 

Active Shooter Preparedness in Healthcare and Hospital Settings

 
Active shooter incidents have become increasingly common in all types of settings, and present a significant threat in all environments where large groups of people gather. According to A Study of Active Shooter Incidents Between 2000-2013 conducted by the FBI, 160 active shooter incidents occurred within this time frame, and that number has continued to […]
 

Improving Disaster and Crisis Management With Timely Communication and Response – Part 2

 
Crisis Communication Basics Regina Phelps recently joined forces with Everbridge and recorded a webinar that explores in-depth strategies for improving your disaster and crisis management. Previously in part 1 of this five part series, Regina discussed why timely communication is important in a disaster, as well as some definitions to help get to the root of communication […]