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SUNY Schenectady
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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!"

University of Alabama
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Denny Savage

Hinds Community College
CIO
Russell Wood

Southeast Community College
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Paula Young

York Technical College
Director of Info. Services
Ron Scott

Mass Notification & Emergency Management Blog

Visit Regroup at EDUCAUSE 2014 – Learn About Our Mass Notification System at Booth 138

Posted on Sep 19, 2014 in Mass Notification & Emergency Management Blog, News and Events

Regroup, the leading Emergency and Mass Communication provider in Higher Education, is pleased to announce that once again we will be attending the EDUCAUSE Annual Conference. This year’s conference is being held in Orlando, Florida on September 29th – October 2nd at the Orange County Convention Center. With over 300 sessions and more than 500 speakers (including 60+ webcasts and 18 exclusive online sessions provided virtually), the EDUCAUSE Annual Conference presents a community-generated program that explores today’s toughest...

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Join Regroup at Code for America Summit in San Francisco, Sept. 23rd – 25th (Booth #36)

Posted on Sep 16, 2014 in Mass Notification & Emergency Management Blog, News and Events

  Regroup is pleased to announce that we will be attending the Fourth Annual Code for America (CFA) Summit being held September 23rd – 25th in San Francisco. This annual summit enables innovators from local governments, as well as civic-minded technologists, designers, community organizers and entrepreneurs to get together in person for three days of collaborating, connecting and learning. The CFA Summit comes shortly after Regroup’s prototype for the first-ever in the U.S. Earthquake Early Warning Mass Notification System was...

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Webinar: Learn How to Maximize the Value of Your Mass Notification System

Posted on Sep 11, 2014 in Mass Notification & Emergency Management Blog, News and Events, Webinars

Many organizations that purchase a Mass Notification System (MNS) underutilize the system. Reasons range from fear of over messaging members, lack of buy in from other departments, and difficulty in segmenting groups. During this webinar, we’ll discuss solutions to these issues and give use cases of how organizations can effectively leverage a MNS to: Reduce the time and manpower needed to engage with your entire audience Save money by using one platform for emergency and day-to-day communications Utilize a MNS as an all-in-one...

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National Campus Safety Awareness Month: 3 Resources to Help Reduce & Prevent Sexual Assaults on Campuses

Posted on Sep 9, 2014 in Mass Notification & Emergency Management Blog, News and Events

Sexual assaults on college campuses has been a decades-long problem and for National Campus Safety Awareness Month, we’re going to highlight three resources designed to help reduce and prevent sexual assaults on our nation’s campuses. As many know, it was the 1986 rape and murder of 19 year old Jeanne Clery that led to the creation of the Clery Organization, and ultimately to the enactment of the Clery Act. The law in part ensures certain basic rights for victims of campus sexual assaults and requires the U.S. Department of Education to...

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Video: Mayor Ed Lee Talks About Regroup’s Mass Notification System at the Earthquake Early Warning Conference

Posted on Sep 5, 2014 in Emergency Notification, Emergency Preparedness, Mass Notification & Emergency Management Blog, News and Events, Videos

(At the 25:38 mark, San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee talks about Regroup) The final day of the 3rd International Conference on Earthquake Early Warning is underway at UC Berkeley. Attendees from around the world have come together to address current challenges in earthquake early warnings (EEW), lessons learned from systems currently in operation around the world and move towards implementing public early warning systems in the United States and elsewhere around the world. To underscore the importance of implementing an EEW system in California,...

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