Emergency Management

Read: Weather Experts Release Troubling Updated 2020 Hurricane Forecast

Weather Experts Release Troubling Updated 2020 Hurricane Forecast

Colorado State University researchers have upgraded their 2020 Atlantic hurricane season forecast and now predict an “extremely active” season.

Read: University of Utah Restructures Public Safety Department

University of Utah Restructures Public Safety Department

In an effort to improve accountability, the University of Utah’s first-ever chief safety officer has reorganized its public safety infrastructure.

Read: Campus Safety Online Summit to Address Mental Health and the Road to Re-Opening

Campus Safety Online Summit to Address Mental Health and the Road to Re-Opening

The Campus Safety Online Summit keynotes and general sessions will address mental health, recovering from all threats and hazards, and reopening K-12 districts and college campuses.

Read: Magnum Power Security Named Exclusive North American Distributor of Deva

Magnum Power Security Named Exclusive North American Distributor of Deva

Deva works with third-party software to support social distancing by identifying the number of people in an area and responding in real-time when that number goes beyond a set limit.

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: 6 Leadership Lessons from Carlos Santana

6 Leadership Lessons from Carlos Santana

Being an effective leader is like being a good band leader, and I suspect that Carlos Santana has mastered the following lessons to become one of the top rock stars in the business.

Read: Selecting the Right Emergency Management System for Your School District

Selecting the Right Emergency Management System for Your School District

With school safety at stake, choosing the right emergency management system is critical.

Read: Microsoft Azure Announces Top Priority Customers During Coronavirus Outbreak

Microsoft Azure Announces Top Priority Customers During Coronavirus Outbreak

COVID-19 has prompted Microsoft Azure to designate first responders, health and emergency management services, critical government infrastructure and remote workers as the company’s top priority during the crisis.

Read: Lessons Learned from 6 Higher Education Emergency Managers

Lessons Learned from 6 Higher Education Emergency Managers

Emergency managers from Kennesaw State, Cal State Fullerton, Rice University, the University of Central Oklahoma, Gonzaga University and Boston College share their strategies for success.

Read: How Remote Global Security Operations Centers Can Help Campuses Navigate Times of Crisis

How Remote Global Security Operations Centers Can Help Campuses Navigate Times of Crisis

Virtual GSOCs and EOCs can be leveraged to address gaps in the protection of all types of organizations in the event of a partial or full shutdown.

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