It’s not your imagination—the number of crises across the world is on the rise. And with that, more organizations are looking to automated notification solutions to alert both those in danger and the responders that can provide aid. As use of notification systems becomes more and more common, usage trends are emerging, indicating what types of notifications are effective and which aren’t. By studying these trends we can gain valuable intelligence to use as a guide in establishing recognized best practices for using automated emergency notification.
Here at MIR3, we have unique visibility into more than ten years of automated notification data to draw upon. We’ve analyzed this data and recognized trends that we think will be useful in future use of notification, and we’re sharing that information with a webinar on November 7.
The webinar will be much more than the usual lessons learned presentation, but will instead focus on the analysis of over ten years of actual usage data. It will answer questions like: What kinds of devices are most frequently targeted? What events increase the rate of alerts most? We’ll show how emergency alerting has evolved over the years and explore how BC/DR planning has changed because of automated notification.