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At this point most campuses have multiple methods of communicating with students during an emergency. Emergency messages can be delivered to students’ phones, reaching those students who are actively using their phone, or have it on and nearby.
Most colleges and universities have branded “ALERTS” systems (think “VT ALERTS” at Virginia Tech in Blacksburg, Virginia). These website alerting methods push emergency notifications to desktops for students who are working online.
Here’s a vote for reporting the state of incoming phone interactions in real time. Any call center supervisor would welcome better visibility into the current state of the calls in the phone distributor, or ACD. Knowing at any given time how many calls are on hold, how long the oldest call waiting has been on hold, what the average speed to answer a call is, or which queue or skill group has the most calls backed up gives the center supervisor(s) the ability to make informed decisions and take immediate action to improve the customer experience.
Inova Solutions' LED displays provide a perfect opportunity to fill gaps in the campus emergency protocol by displaying clear, concise alerts in areas that may be exempt from existing platforms.
In part one of this two-part series, we discussed how important it is for hospitals to choose the right emergency display system. So what should they look for?
How can busy hospitals spread important emergency information when there's so much going on at once?
Increasingly, hospitals are taking advantage of emergency messaging technology to share critical announcements and communicate information internally.
The latest generation of textual notification devices can connect to text messaging providers automatically, eliminating the need to maintain traditional PCs and servers.
Cybersafety ties into campus safety in general. Let's ask a few more questions and offer a couple of solutions.
On university campuses, the internet and its devices are everywhere. That means administrators and IT teams must take extra steps to install adequate security measures.