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Multigeneration Communication Brings Church Members Together

Last year at this time Harvey Browne Memorial Presbyterian Church was awarded a grant from One Call Now that allowed them to use our notification platform free of charge for two years. We recently checked in the with church, locted in St. Matthews, Kentucky, to see how it was working out for them. A year later… […]

Dorothy’s Got Nothing On You This Tornado Season

Early tornado reports are whirling in now that spring has finally arrived, and it’s not looking pretty. In fact, as of last month, the country’s preliminary tornado reports showed numbers well above average, according to The Weather Channel. Here’s a closer look at the data to date, along with the reason for the rise in this […]

Shots Ring Out in Your K-12 School…Do You Know What to Do?

You’re sitting in your office at school when you hear a loud noise outside in the hallway. It sounds like gunfire. Before you can even rise from your chair or pick up the phone, you hear another shot. Then another. Next, you hear screaming and footsteps outside your door. What do you do? Unfortunately, this real-life […]

Are You Still Sending Up Smoke Signals?

The ability to communicate through fire, smoke signals and even horn sounds was often a matter of life or death in prehistoric times. We may have more sophisticated means through which to deliver information today, but it still comes down to the same thing: the ability to communicate is critically important. And yet many organizations […]

The Power of One Call Now: How it Works

Take a minute to view our new video explaining the power of One Call Now. Pass it on to others who could benefit from an effective, inexpensive group communication solution. One Call Now – How It Works from One Call Now on Vimeo.

Why Accurate, Timely Messages are Crucial During an Emergency

Emergency notification systems through email and phone have become an integral part of instant messaging. Colleges send out text messages warning students of serious incidents on campus, local authorities send out severe weather alerts, and police often send messages to those who have signed up to receive information during community emergencies. While the number of […]

The 411 on Courtesy Officers: Does Your Apartment Community Need One?

While the word “security guard” may elicit the thought that there is a need for such measures, the word “courtesy officer,” brings to mind something much less innocuous. This is one reason why many apartment properties are making the shift to the latter when assigning titles to employees who provide on-property security functions. Unfortunately, this […]

Is Your Reputation Management on Point?

Property managers and owners work hard to make their properties attractive to tenants. But can one bad online review undo all of the good you’ve done? Yes, according to digital marketing strategy firm Convince & Convert, which insists that reputation management should be every company’s top marketing priority. The reasoning? Because “what people say about your […]

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 […]