Six Fall Preventative Maintenance Tips for Property Managers

Fall is upon us, bringing with it all of the things we know and love about autumn, including everything from glorious foliage to holiday cheer. However, the seasonal shift can also be accompanied by unwanted aspects — particularly for property managers who don’t stay ahead of the game. These six preventative maintenance tasks can help keep your property in […]

Why FEMA is Taking a Stand on Flooding and Why You Should, Too

Just how much of a threat is flooding? FEMA has proposed setting limits to federally funded construction projects in order to shore up flood-prone communities from the hazards of flooding. Let’s take a closer look at the situation and FEMA’s response, along with other ways organizations and individuals can protect themselves in a flood situation. […]

Is Your Organization Ready for a Pandemic?

The Black Death plague in the 14th century killed between 11% and 17% of the global population over the course of a decade. In the most devastating pandemic of the last 100 years, the 1918 Spanish influenza outbreak, 50-100 million people lost their lives—between 2.5 and 5% of the global population. Both of these pandemics […]

TCPA and Schools: What You Need to Know

If you’re currently using or considering switching to an automated messaging system for communicating with the members of your school community, you’re likely already aware of the many benefits of being able to send both routine and emergency messages within mere minutes. However, you may also have concerns about the rules and regulations involved — specifically […]

Water Safety

Most Americans gave little thought to whether their drinking water was safe prior to this past spring. After all, it seemed only natural to rely on our country’s rigorous regulations to protect us from the dangers of unsafe drinking water. However, all of that changed with the Flint water crisis. But if you think that […]