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Using DeskAlerts in an Emergency Situation

An emergency situation can unfold at any time, without warning. Having clear and effective processes in place should the unforeseen occur will save you valuable time, and can even save lives, if you find your business in the middle of an emergency situation.

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Some emergencies that can affect your business include:

  • Natural disasters such as earthquakes and floods
  • Severe weather events such as tornadoes and hurricanes
  • Fires
  • Explosions
  • Chemical spills
  • Gas leaks
  • Civil disturbances
  • Active shooters
  • Terrorism

When alerting your employees to any immediate threats to their health and safety, you cannot delay and it is critical to communicate as swiftly as possible.… Read more

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The Importance of Workplace Safety

Providing your employees with a healthy and safe working environment is extremely important.

Failing to do so can mean that you are breaking the law, can leave you open to being sued for negligence and can mean that you have staff who are absent a lot (because of injuries) and productivity and morale will be affected.

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As an employer, you have a duty to provide your staff with a physical and psychosocial work environment free from risks to their health and safety. You must also provide them with safe systems of work as well as information, instruction, training, and supervision where necessary to protect them from any risks to their health and safety while performing their jobs.… Read more

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How Cyber Attacks Affect Your Business

Cybercrime is big business for cybercriminals. The British insurance company Lloyds estimates that the damage inflicted on businesses around the world costs about $400 billion every year.  This figure includes the amount of damage caused directly by the attack, plus the disruption it causes in its wake.

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While recent high-profile attacks such as the WannaCry ransomware attack show that large organizations such as the UK’s National Health Service are vulnerable, the reality is even businesses that don’t make the headlines are at risk as well.

In fact, Microsoft estimates that around 20% of small to medium-sized businesses have been targeted by cybercriminals.… Read more

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Mistakes to Avoid in Your Emergency System

When disaster strikes, the actions of your staff and your ability to recover in the aftermath and resume normal operations will only be as good as your emergency notification system. No matter how robust your disaster preparedness plan or how often you drill staff on emergency processes and procedures, your reaction times and emergency plan execution will only ever be as good as your mass notification system. If you can’t notify your employees about an emergency, or struggle to do so effectively in the face of disaster, your entire organization – and perhaps even your staff – will be at risk.… Read more

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Streamline Internal Communication with Desktop Alert Software

Effective internal communication is important in any organization, whether it is an established institution or a start-up eager to make its mark. Through internal communication, a company can ensure that all members of the organization, from the executives, middle managers to the rank and file, are working collaboratively towards achieving a common goal. It also helps in developing a corporate culture, and leads to enhanced efficiency and productivity.

Use Desktop Alert Software to:

  • Send text, video and images as desktop alerts, mobile alerts, screensavers and wallpapers.
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