University Security

Read: When a Crisis Hits, Social Networking Partnership May Keep Web Working

When a Crisis Hits, Social Networking Partnership May Keep Web Working

A major social networking company has agreed to mirror UCLA’s Web site during emergencies. If all goes according to plan, this pilot program will prevent the university’s site from crashing due to an overload of traffic that often occurs when disasters strikes.

Read: Can Neighborhood Electric Vehicles Help Your Campus Go Green?

Can Neighborhood Electric Vehicles Help Your Campus Go Green?

With environmental benefits, low operating costs and flexibility of use, neighborhood electric vehicles (NEVs) could offer a viable alternative in your fleet. Yet there is much to consider before taking the leap to fully battery-powered vehicles.

Read: On Patrol: It’s Showtime for Emergency Management

On Patrol: It’s Showtime for Emergency Management

Planning ahead for a potential disaster is just one of the many responsibilities facing UC Davis’ Emergency Manager Valerie Lucus, as she emerges from behind the scenes to explain what it means to be in such a position.

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U. of Florida President Agrees to Adopt New Stun Gun Policy

Oklahoma Senate Considering School Safety Bill

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Prominent Pediatrician Accused of Child Sex Abuse

California Governor’s Medical Records Breached

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