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Read: 8 Ways to Help New College Students Feel Safe on Campus

8 Ways to Help New College Students Feel Safe on Campus

Visibility, transparency and collaboration with other services are just a few ways to encourage new students to proactively think about their safety on campus.

Read: What Works (and What Doesn’t) When Deploying Mass Notification Solutions

What Works (and What Doesn’t) When Deploying Mass Notification Solutions

Emergency communications are complex and require sophisticated tools to generate effective results.

Read: Backup Power Solution Keeps Algonquin College at the Top of the Class

Backup Power Solution Keeps Algonquin College at the Top of the Class

Algonquin’s primary data center operates three 80kVA uninterruptible power supplies (UPSs) in parallel with accompanying battery cabinets.

Read: UPDATE: Hackers Demand Ransom from Los Angeles Schools

UPDATE: Hackers Demand Ransom from Los Angeles Schools

Federal agencies warn that the threat actor Vice Society has been “disproportionately targeting the education sector” with its ransomware attacks.

Read: 3 Ways Colleges Can Encourage Students to Use Available Mental Health Resources

3 Ways Colleges Can Encourage Students to Use Available Mental Health Resources

Giving college students the proper tools to effectively manage stressors is crucial for mitigating potential emergency situations.

Read: Thoughts and Prayers Aren’t Enough: How to Build a Multi-Layered School Security Plan

Thoughts and Prayers Aren’t Enough: How to Build a Multi-Layered School Security Plan

Here are four steps that should be taken when establishing or improving a school security plan.

Read: Improve Your School’s Indoor Air Quality with Federal ARPA Funds

Improve Your School’s Indoor Air Quality with Federal ARPA Funds

ESSER I funding for K-12 schools, which expires on Sept. 30, can be used to purchase systems that improve indoor air quality.

Read: Back to School Safety: Prioritizing Security and Life Safety Systems

Back to School Safety: Prioritizing Security and Life Safety Systems

Evaluating potential misuse of life safety systems and using existing infrastructure and technology are a few ways having a thorough system of response helps mitigate critical threats.

Read: Colleges and Universities at Higher Risk for Noncompliance with RAY BAUM’S Act

Colleges and Universities at Higher Risk for Noncompliance with RAY BAUM’S Act

College campus phone systems fall under the RAY BAUM’s Act which requires all 911 calls to include a dispatchable location.

Read: Is a Single-Door Smart Lock a Good Fit for Your School?

Is a Single-Door Smart Lock a Good Fit for Your School?

By having a smart lock on one specific door, a cell phone can become a credential within seconds, allowing for quick and secure access.

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