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Free Webinar: Crowdsourcing Security with Anonymous Tipping Systems

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Finding practical ways to enhance campus security without large add-on costs is a continuing challenge for schools. Anonymous tipping systems offer a powerful tool to rapidly and affordably boost security by leveraging a near-ubiquitous technology on today’s campus – the cell phone. College administrators, campus safety directors, and CTOs are invited to learn more in a free webinar on Wednesday, December 12th, at 1:00 p.m. EST entitled “Crowdsourcing Security: Implementing an Anonymous Tipping System.”

 

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Tennessee medical center practices emergency scenario

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Workers with the Parkridge Medical Center, an emergency care provider in Chattanooga, Tennessee, were recently involved in a live simulation designed to help them manage dangerous scenarios in the future. WDEF-TV reports that members of the local SWAT team ran through the center on November 15, 2012, as part of a drill to teach center employees how to respond to a shooting.

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In wake of Hurricane Sandy, free webinar explores strategies for unified emergency messaging

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In the wake of Hurricane Sandy, college administrators, campus safety directors, and CTOs are invited to attend a free one-hour webinar on Wednesday, November 14th, 2012 at 1:00 PM eastern entitled “Unifying Existing Communication Channels Into a One-Click ENS.” Dr. Carolyn Lightfoot, Chief Technology Officer for Lee College in Baytown, Texas, is all too familiar with disastrous hurricanes. Dr. Lightfoot will discuss lessons learned and best practices in implementing emergency messaging systems to accommodate the growing diversity of communication options. Dr. Lightfoot will answer audience questions at the end of the seminar.

 

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