Forecasters Weigh In: Spring is Coming… and So is Bad Weather

When Punxsutawney Phil emerged from his den and saw his shadow this past February 2nd, he sentenced us to six more weeks of winter. (Or so the tradition goes.) And as people all over the country now well know, Phil wasn’t kidding: Since Groundhog Day, many regions have been walloped with snow. And it’s not […]

2017 Cyber Incident & Breach Response Guide Highlights The Role Of Communication

Cyber threats are a fact of life for today’s organizations. But is your organization really prepared to respond to the ever-increasing, always-changing lineup of potential cyber incidents and security breaches? Luckily, you don’t have to go it alone thanks to Online Trust Alliance (OTA)’s recently released 2017 Cyber Incident & Breach Readiness Guide. Here’s a […]

Are You Ready For The New Emergency Communication Law Headed Your Way?

The countdown is officially on for all Medicare and Medicaid healthcare providers and suppliers. If you’re asking yourself, “Countdown to what?” you’re not alone. Luckily, we’ve got you covered with the scoop on a forthcoming emergency communication law with the potential to dramatically impact your organization’s emergency preparedness when it takes effect in November of […]

Can Your Faith Community Learn Anything from the Business World?

Faith communities face many challenges in the 21st century. At the root of many of them? The inability to engage constituents in a meaningful way. But this problem isn’t specific to congregations, parishes, churches, synagogues, and other faith-based groups. And while the effects may manifest in very different ways, the fact remains that 21st century […]