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Importance of Satellite Communication Technology

Claudia Smith | August 30, 2019 | Emergency Preparedness

The ability to communicate is the most important part of a plan, enabling all other pieces to come into action. Having an alternate means of communications and staff trained to use and test the hardware on a monthly basis can enhance recovery time, save lives, and minimize the financial and psychological impact on employees, families and communities.

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Key Questions to ask yourself in Preparation of Natural Disasters

Todd West | July 09, 2019 | Emergency Preparedness

How prepared is your organization?
Would your organization be able to communicate during and after a disaster?  If terrestrial systems went down – landlines, cellular service and the Internet – how capable would your organization be?

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Put It To The Test

David Chalona | May 28, 2019 | Emergency Preparedness

Let’s talk Cradle Point and expand on the applications improved by Globalstar’s Sat-Fi2 services during disaster response and recovery. Understanding the distinct differences between response and recovery is key to incorporating the Globalstar solution into your emergency planning. Globalstar Sat-Fi solutions partnered with Cradle Point and traditional LTE will give the option to go where the people are. Be at the “bleeding” edge of the recovery efforts. Maintain strong operational awareness during both rescue and recovery.

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Contingency Planning in Healthcare

Claudia Smith | April 30, 2019 | Emergency Preparedness

Emergency Planning, Emergency Management, Disaster Recovery, Business Continuity and Business Contingency are interchangeable ways to describe how organizations prepare to handle disasters. In Healthcare, there are several steps necessary for disaster preparedness. Do you have backup communications as part of your emergency plan?

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