Mobile Messaging Keeps Foot Locker, Cleveland Clinic Secure

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As the saying goes, failing to plan is a plan for failure. Organizations around the world are now looking for ways to ensure the safety of their employees and customers in moments of crisis.

New technologies are aiding those efforts, as incident response communications are being utilized through mobile technologies to keep message recipients alert and aware of what could potentially be going on around them.

“It’s about getting the right message to the right people at the right moment,” said Joe Castellano, Director of Security for global athletic wear company Foot Locker.

In these case studies, you’ll learn:

  • How retail company Foot Locker is using instant communications to keep employees cognizant of potential security issues
  • The use and need of instant messaging between doctors, nurses, and other staff at the Cleveland Clinic during emergency situations

Download the report to find out more about the importance of instant communications in times of emergency.