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Add Voice Broadcasts to your Crisis Communications Capabilities
Thursday, 26 April 2012 11:20

Business Continuity Managers are being advised to consider enabling live voice broadcasting as part of their emergency communications strategy alongside current crisis communications methods such as email, SMS, Blackberry PIN, text to speech and radio pagers.

Business continuity notification specialists Vocal recommend that London-based businesses should consider having voice broadcasts in place in time for the Olympics.

"We're expecting to see mobile networks heavily used during the Olympic Games, with many extra picture messages being sent and an uplift in mobile internet use" explains Trevor Wheatley-Perry, Vocal's Managing Director. "Adding live voice broadcast messaging to landlines is a logical measure to take, adding yet another layer of resilience".

Additionally, voice broadcasts using a landline infrastructure as well as the mobile networks, allows organisations to reach recipients who may not have mobile phones, who are at home out of hours or have their mobile switched off, out of coverage or people with impaired vision who cannot easily read text messages.




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