Survey looks at how US-based organizations are using emergency mass notification systems

Published: Friday, 02 November 2018 08:34

Severe weather events (hurricanes, tornadoes, etc.) are by far the leading concern of US decision makers responsible for business continuity, IT and disaster recovery according to the first annual OnSolve Crisis Communications & Emergency Notification Survey. The OnSolve survey, conducted by research firm DRG, also finds that organizations are concerned with their ability to alert workforces to cyber security attacks rapidly enough to mitigate financial and operational risk.

DRG surveyed almost 500 US emergency decision makers on their emergency response concerns, and how they are using emergency mass notification systems (EMNS) to reach employees, partners and stakeholders before, during and after emergency events.

Key survey findings include:

To view the full report, download a copy here (registration required).