Natural disasters such as fires, hurricanes, tornadoes, earthquakes, or blizzards often threaten the safety of citizens and require governments to disseminate critical information quickly.
Other unforeseen emergencies requiring rapid communication may include security breaches, acts of terrorism, public scandals, or other major crises.
Regardless of the catastrophe, a government’s response time will in large part depend upon the tools, processes, and resources available to mobilize relief appropriately.
Download the complimentary e-book to learn:
- How to create a two-way communication stream with citizens
- Strategies to launch into action when time is of the essence
- See real examples of how Redding, California gave full visibility to its citizens into recovery efforts including real-time maps, shelter information, and much more...