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The “Magic” of Veoci
The “Magic” of Veoci

As the IT market is replete with contenders, it’s important for companies to stand out from the crowd - getting named by Gartner in the Magic Quadrant is a big boost.

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Standardized and Efficient: Emergency Management for an Entire Healthcare System
Standardized and Efficient: Emergency Management for an Entire Healthcare System

Hartford HealthCare System uses Veoci to digitize Emergency Operations Plans (EOP), and make sure they meet Joint Commission, CMS, and OSHA standards.

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The Safety Management System (SMS) of Tomorrow
The Safety Management System (SMS) of Tomorrow

The safety management system is built on hazard reporting and risk assessment. But what will tomorrow's safety management sytem look like?

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COVID-19 and First Responder Stressors
COVID-19 and First Responder Stressors

It seems that the people who have been most affected by this pandemic, besides those who have unfortunately contracted COVID-19, are those who are still reporting to work everyday. We should all recognize the sacrifice they’re making on a daily basis, and help them find ways to combat the stress of performing their jobs during this pandemic.

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Part 3: Practitioner Panel: Continuity in the Face of Coronavirus
Part 3: Practitioner Panel: Continuity in the Face of Coronavirus

In this webinar series, we’ve explored the Coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2), the disease it causes (COVID-19), and how our body responds to it and pathogens like it. Now, we’re going to look at it from the perspective of a practitioner. In this entry of the webinar series, four of Veoci’s continuity, planning, and response practitioners discuss what the pandemic means for practitioners across all industries and sectors.

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Part 2: Coronavirus: Immune Response to Viruses
Part 2: Coronavirus: Immune Response to Viruses

In our continuing series on COVID-19(Coronavirus), we partnered with Dr. Paula Kavathas, Professor of Laboratory Medicine and Immunobiology at the Yale University School of Medicine, to learn more about how viruses work, how the body responds to the invaders, and impact of vaccines on disease prevention.

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Veoci’s Internal COVID-19 Response: Preparedness and Planning Key to Success
Veoci’s Internal COVID-19 Response: Preparedness and Planning Key to Success

What is your organization doing to keep operating as normally as possible? As part of our normal operations, Veoci implemented our own internal business continuity management program based on practitioner expertise and industry best practices. The Veoci Team’s COVID-19 response was launched as the result of a BCP activation, and we continue to use the tools and features it created to keep things running as smoothly as possible. We practice preparedness as much as we preach it.

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Part 1: Coronavirus: Updates in an Evolving Story
Part 1: Coronavirus: Updates in an Evolving Story

As both emergency management and continuity software providers and practitioners, we understand the positive impact all information can have over the course of a response or activation. To help those responding to the pandemic, we’ve partnered with Marie Louise Landry, M.D., from Yale New Haven Hospital and Yale School of Medicine, to provide accurate information about the coronavirus and enable responders fighting its spread.

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What Does COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Mean for Business Continuity?
What Does COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Mean for Business Continuity?

Everyone wants to do what they can to not only stay healthy, but also limit the infectability of COVID-19. At the individual level, practicing good hygiene and heeding the advice of health officials and professionals will contribute to keeping others safe and healthy. We should also ask what organizations and businesses can do in the wake of COVID-19. What could a case of COVID-19 mean for business continuity? How should your business respond, and what’s the best way to do so?

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Preserving Institutional Knowledge in the Utilities Sector
Preserving Institutional Knowledge in the Utilities Sector

Staff turnover can often lead to a loss of essential knowledge about the inner workings of a utility, thus affecting the operations of the organization. However, by changing the way they preserve internal talent and by bolstering communication, utilities can limit the loss of institutional knowledge.

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Not Just Part 139: Finding Value in All Airport Inspections
Not Just Part 139: Finding Value in All Airport Inspections

While Part 139 inspections (for the airports that should or opt to pursue the FAA certification) are important, airport managers should also give their attention to other airport operations. Inspections, whether they’re done as Part 139 requires or not, play critical and functional roles across all sides of an airport.

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Mardi Gras Emergency Management: Maintaining Safety Amidst Celebration
Mardi Gras Emergency Management: Maintaining Safety Amidst Celebration

Roughly 1.4 million people gather in the streets of New Orleans every year to partake in the Mardi Gras festivities. And while it's a culturally rich event, the nature of the celebration makes it easy to see how things could go wrong. The emergency management department and first responders in New Orleans have to be well prepared for Carnival season. 

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Practitioner's Profile: Lifting Off with Brian Barnes
Practitioner's Profile: Lifting Off with Brian Barnes

Brian has lived a life full of adventure and discipline, which has instilled in him a strong work ethic and respect for the field of emergency management, and which has ultimately led him to become the Aviation Client Success Manager at Veoci.

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APIs and Integrations: Connecting Your EOC’s Tech Ecosystem
APIs and Integrations: Connecting Your EOC’s Tech Ecosystem

API-driven data exchanges and communications are a significant advantage for EOC managers and stakeholders responding to events. Because of the importance of information during an emergency, the single system environment APIs can create is something all emergency managers should implement in their EOCs.

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A Whole Community Approach to Emergency Management
A Whole Community Approach to Emergency Management

Think of all the departments and organizations you have operating within your jurisdiction. Currently, each organization is likely functioning independently, with brief communication crossovers with other departments when necessary. But what if you could bring all of these entities under a single umbrella?

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Practitioner's Profile: Anthony DeGeorge - First Responder and Healthcare Emergency Manager
Practitioner's Profile: Anthony DeGeorge - First Responder and Healthcare Emergency Manager

At Veoci, we already have an impressive number of skilled practitioners involved in the development and implementation of our software, so we are thrilled to welcome Anthony DeGeorge to the team. Nearly 20 years of experience as a first responder and emergency manager (who used Veoci in the field) has prepared him to create and implement solutions that will improve operations for our healthcare clients.

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The CCPA, Incident Response, and Business Continuity
The CCPA, Incident Response, and Business Continuity

There are notable differences between the two laws, however, and those differences are worth a discussion. In a past blog, we explored the impact of the GDPR on crisis management and business continuity, so we’re going to do something similar for the CCPA. What does the CCPA mean for incident response and business continuity?

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Budget Season: Tips for an Emergency Management Program
Budget Season: Tips for an Emergency Management Program

January is a key time for many emergency managers in higher education (and other industries). Your budget will soon be due, and it’s time to consider how your department’s funds should be spent. If you want new tech or just resources to help your program grow, now’s the time to push for them. Getting those resources depends, however, on strategically constructing your budget.

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