The release of WebEOC v8.0 was the biggest and the best yet. It wasn't just another version, it was a whole new WebEOC and the feedback we've had from customers about it has been fantastic.
More and more organisations around the world are moving online with their incident management processes, which makes sense in a digital and ever-changing world that is fraught with terror attacks, threats to cyber security, and a frightening number of natural disasters - all significant risks that should be on the radar of every organisation.
For the second year in a row, Sungard Availability Services (AssuranceCM) have made their way into the Leaders quadrant of Gartner, Inc.'s Magic Quadrant for Business Continuity Management Planning Software, Worldwide.
It's a digital age we live in. Virtually any data can be monitored, collected, and shared online. Data that can be used to tell a story, support communities, save lives and livelihoods, and ensure organisations tasked with taking care of these communities can do so to the best of their ability.
You know what we love about WebEOC? That on a regular basis, there’s fantastic additions to the platform that make the system even more intuitive and user-friendly than before. And that’s exactly the case with the release of WebEOC Notifications 2.0.
The release of WebEOC V8.0 was the biggest and best yet. It wasn't just another version, it was a whole new WebEOC and the feedback we've had from customers about it has been fantastic.
In this day and age, most organisations are finally realising the importance of having a business continuity management plan.
When it comes to common web attacks, there are a lot of nasties out there. And even though we know they’re out there, it can be difficult to quantify something we can’t see. But when these “nasties” turn into something that’s tangible, well, it’s usually too late. Your system, your security, and your business’ livelihood is already at risk. And these days, if you’re not prepared, the effects can be devastating.
The 2016 BCI Australasia Summit is taking place next week in Sydney, beginning on Wednesday 4 May. This year, the focus is on “the individual” – how each and every Business Continuity and Resilience professional can successfully and confidently stand up against the challenging environment they operate in.
We're now just days away from the new Health and Safety at Work Act coming into play on 4 April. Like most new legislation, it takes time for people to absorb what the changes mean to their businesses and to develop and implement new processes and plans that will ensure they conform to legislation.
Topics: Health and Safety