Business Continuity

Read: Uvalde Schools Receive $1.5M in Project SERV Funds

Uvalde Schools Receive $1.5M in Project SERV Funds

The funds are intended to assist the district in addressing the challenges it is facing following last month’s mass shooting.

Read: Preparing for the Next Pandemic: 11 Lessons Learned from COVID-19 by Universities

Preparing for the Next Pandemic: 11 Lessons Learned from COVID-19 by Universities

With us now hopefully being near the end of the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s important to review, remember and apply what we’ve learned over the past 20 months.

Read: Protecting Your Campus from Cyber Disaster

Protecting Your Campus from Cyber Disaster

Securing your own network is important, but campuses must also confirm that the outside vendors and networks they connect with are also secure.

Read: Healthcare Security and Safety Executives Share Their Predictions, Trends and More

Healthcare Security and Safety Executives Share Their Predictions, Trends and More

Eighty hospital security, public safety and emergency management pros predict what healthcare security and safety will look like in the post-pandemic world.

Read: For Schools to Recover from COVID, Collaboration Will Be Key

For Schools to Recover from COVID, Collaboration Will Be Key

The pandemic has shown we need to quickly engage a much wider group of professionals, including those in facilities management, HVAC, architecture, mental health and more.

Read: Study: Pandemic Is Accelerating Physical Security Upgrades

Study: Pandemic Is Accelerating Physical Security Upgrades

Physical security budgets are being driven by the coronavirus pandemic and are expected to increase next year.

Read: COVID-19 is Accelerating Your Campus’ Journey to the Cloud

COVID-19 is Accelerating Your Campus’ Journey to the Cloud

Your organization most likely has been transitioning to the cloud and unified communications and collaboration, but the coronavirus has fast-tracked the move.

Read: The New Normal for Security Monitoring, Support and Staffing

The New Normal for Security Monitoring, Support and Staffing

Although the security and safety industry maintains focus on redundancy and business continuity, it appears that most were not prepared for something like COVID-19.

Read: Remote Emergency Preparedness Training Is Worth the Effort

Remote Emergency Preparedness Training Is Worth the Effort

Classes already developed for face-to-face classes can easily be adapted for remote formats during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Read: Getting Back to ‘Normal’ After the Coronavirus Crisis

Getting Back to ‘Normal’ After the Coronavirus Crisis

Here are some issues schools, universities and healthcare facilities need to consider now that states and local governments are attempting to reopen the economy and ease COVID-19 restrictions.

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