Become An Emergency Preparedness Advocate

Join preparedness expert Daniella Miller as she discusses the personal preparedness campaign she created at a Fortune 500 company in our new webinar.

Reach Your People During A Pandemic: Get Expert Advice On Communication Planning

Get expert advice on how to build a pandemic communications plan for your organization from Meg Nash, MPH, in our recorded webinar.

Withstanding A Pandemic: How To Prepare Your Organization For A Global Threat

Pandemics affect an organization’s workforce, suppliers and customer base. Proactively address these threats with tips from our recorded webinar.

Life-Saving Active Shooter Training Strategies Every Organization Needs

With active shooter incidents becoming an epidemic, businesses and schools must ensure they’re prepared to react immediately.

Is Your Emergency Response Too Slow? Shorten It With These Expert Tips

The quicker your employees react to an emergency, the less potential for injuries and damage. Is your business prepared?

Tips To Create Engaging Emergency Preparedness Training

Glenn Jones shares his top strategies for creating customized emergency preparedness training in our recorded webinar.

Can You Reach Your Employees In An Emergency? Why You Need Multi-Device Notifications

Most employees won’t have a computer handy during a crisis, but you still need to reach them. Multi-channel notifications must be part of your plan.

This Business Disruption Costs Businesses $700 Billion Per Year

IT downtime reduces companies’ ability to generate income by more than 22% annually. Learn how AlertFind can mitigate the risk for your organization.

Is Your Business Prepared for the Next Natural Disaster?

No matter where you live, your business is at risk from severe weather. Learn how a reliable means of communication can protect your people:

How a Florida Bank Used AlertFind Before, During, and After a Hurricane

We take a detailed look at how a bank chain in Florida successfully used AlertFind to communicate before, during, and after a hurricane.