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Read: Can Your Security Technologies ‘Talk’ to Each Other? They Should.

Can Your Security Technologies ‘Talk’ to Each Other? They Should.

Interoperability solutions integrate mass notification systems, security cameras, two-way radios and other technologies to reduce the amount of time it takes for first responders to resolve an incident.

Read: New Approaches to Incident Management that Empower First Responders

New Approaches to Incident Management that Empower First Responders

New technologies improve response time and the effectiveness of incident management.

Read: Survey: Nearly 3 in 4 Campuses Use Multiple Emergency Notification Systems

Survey: Nearly 3 in 4 Campuses Use Multiple Emergency Notification Systems

However, compared to previous Campus Safety Emergency Notification studies, fewer are doing so than before. Are some campuses not making alert systems a high enough priority?

Read: Mutualink Helps Agencies, Hospitals Communicate During COVID-19 Crisis

Mutualink Helps Agencies, Hospitals Communicate During COVID-19 Crisis

Madison County Emergency Management Agency has used the solution to improve communications between EMS, hospitals, 9-1-1 dispatch and the Coroner’s Office.

Read: Technology Innovations Address School Security Threats

Technology Innovations Address School Security Threats

Advanced communications instantly connect schools directly with first responders

Read: Dickinson ISD Teams Up with Mutualink to Present at TASA Conference

Dickinson ISD Teams Up with Mutualink to Present at TASA Conference

Dickinson ISD Assistant Superintendent Robert Cobb discussed safety upgrades made at all 14 schools in his district, including the use of Mutualink.

Read: SCITI Labs, Mutualink Lead Active Shooter Exercise at George Mason

SCITI Labs, Mutualink Lead Active Shooter Exercise at George Mason

Mutualink was chosen from over 140 applications as the primary technology solution for an active shooter drill at George Mason University.

Read: NJCU Public Safety Makes Presence Known Through Student Engagement

NJCU Public Safety Makes Presence Known Through Student Engagement

CS Higher Education Director of the Year Ronald Hurley has taken to social media to improve communication between the public safety department and students.

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