The ongoing pandemic crisis has clearly challenged us in ways we’ve never seen before, essentially impacting every aspect of our personal and professional lives. While moving an entire workforce from offices to remote environments would normally involve great preparation and planning, this was not an option in 2020. A Review of
By Alertus Technologies: Throughout the past year and a half, the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has significantly altered business operations for manufacturing plants and industrial parks. How is your facility ensuring workplace safety for on-site workers — while also keeping everyone informed about rapidly changing COVID-19 protocols? Spreading critical information quickly — and
A new white paper from Rave Mobile Safety digs into the increased frequency of wildfires, hurricanes, tornadoes, and other severe weather events are striking all parts of the U.S., causing tremendous amounts of damage, sometimes in just minutes. Issuing timely warnings is critical to keeping employees and communities safe and informed.
From Continuity Central: A new report released by Menlo Security highlights growing concerns about securing users as the trend for hybrid and remote working is set to remain. Securing the New Workplace Reality presents the results of a survey of 545 IT decision-makers in the US and the UK, including a third
Continuity Insights has announced that A Review of Work From Home (WFH) Strategies – Pre-, During, and Post-Pandemic will be the next educational topic in its educational webinar series. The broadcast is scheduled for Thursday, October 28, 2021, at 2:00 p.m. ET. Register here. The ongoing pandemic crisis has clearly challenged us
By Terri Mock, Chief Strategy and Marketing Officer, Rave Mobile Safety: Corporate safety has evolved significantly over the past 20 years. Going back to 2001, the 9/11 attacks inspired a new, more robust approach to corporate safety—many organizations began requiring people to check in or prove their identities before entering workspaces.
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has released a new Climate Action Plan outlining the steps the Department is taking to tackle the climate crisis, including bolstering the Department’s ability to adapt to climate change, building national resilience, undertaking mitigation measures, and addressing key vulnerabilities. The plan is part of
Fusion Risk Management, a leading provider of operational resilience, business continuity, and risk management software and services, today announced the launch of Fusion Scenario Testing, a new purpose-built functionality that provides organizations with the ability to test and analyze the impact of severe but plausible events in real-time. The new functionality