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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.Continue reading
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.Continue reading
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.Continue reading
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.Continue reading
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.Continue reading
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?Continue reading
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