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SUNY Schenectady
Dean of Student Affairs
Martha Asselin

"Regroup is a great tool for communicating in the event of a campus crisis. It ensures business continuity should we need to close due to an emergency. I am very impressed!"

Hinds Community College
CIO
Russell Wood

Southeast Community College
Assistant Campus Director
Paula Young

Mass Notification & Emergency Management Blog

Regroup and North Orange County Community College District to Present at CISOA & 3CBG 2015

Posted on Mar 6, 2015 in Regroup News, Webinars and Events

    We’re pleased to announce that Regroup will be attending the CISOA and 3CBG 2015 conference being held at the Hyatt Regency in Monterey, California on March 8, 9, 10 and 11. The California Community College Chief Information System Officers Association (CISOA) and the California Community College Banner Group (3CBG) have come together to present a unified set of conference sessions that will be of interest to those who are a part of the information technology arena in California’s Community College System. Ellucian, whose...

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Regroup Named 2015 Notification System of the Year by DRI International

Posted on Mar 5, 2015 in Mass Notification & Emergency Management Blog, Regroup News

  We are very proud to announce that Regroup has been named the 2015 Notification System of the Year by the world’s leading business continuity and disaster recovery training organization, DRI International. The announcement was made at the DRI International 2015 Gala Dinner in San Antonio, Texas on March 3, 2015. DRI’s Award for Notification System of the Year is given to the notification provider who has done the most for companies of all sizes to improve their crisis communications in the public or private sector. As one of...

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Video: The Power of Social Media During a Weather Crisis

Posted on Mar 3, 2015 in Social Media, Videos

During the 2013-2014 winter season, a freak snow and ice storm trapped thousands of Atlanta motorists in their cars and hundreds of children in their schools. The city appeared to be unable to handle the crisis and its mayor was criticized for his response to the situation. Atlanta resident Michelle Solicito came to the rescue. She was able to make it home and quickly created a Facebook page called “SnowedOutAtlanta” that included a crowdsourcing map to assist people stranded in their cars, offices and schools. In an interview with...

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Video: Surviving an Active Shooter Event, a Step-by-Step Guide

Posted on Feb 26, 2015 in Emergency Management, Videos

This video was developed by the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department (LASD) and although it might be too graphic for some, the techniques they illustrate could save your life. LASD includes some eye-opening statistics, along with a step-by-step guide of how to survive an active shooter event through the use of vignettes based on past shootings. The following is a breakdown of the key statistics and survival techniques shared in the video: Shooting Event Statistics Since 2006, the US has averaged an active shooter event with four or more...

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University of Montana Uses Regroup to Issue Timely Warnings to Campus Community

Posted on Feb 24, 2015 in Campus Safety Insights, Emergency & Mass Notification Best Practices, Regroup News, Regroup Use Cases

  In an article published in the University of Montana’s (UM) online campus newspaper, the Montana Kaimin, they shared an excellent use case on how Regroup’s Emergency and Mass Notification System can be utilized to comply with Clery Act requirements for issuing timely warnings. The newspaper reported that a campus-wide alert was issued after an unidentified woman ran up to a student sitting in his car and said she had been raped, then “broke down in tears and took off.” The student called a Craig Hall resident assistant who in...

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