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When an active shooter situation or terrorist attack occurs, organizations can quickly identify employees in the affected area, including employees not at their usual business location, in order to confirm that they are safe and provide relevant instructions.
When IT systems fail, IT administrators can shorten the time required to alert cross-department responders, using scheduling information to determine availability and quickly assembling them on a conference bridge, thereby reducing the costs incurred from downtime.
When a power line is down, utility workers can utilize pre-configured incident management templates to alert affected customers and responders and provide updates on service.
When a young child goes missing, local officials can send alerts to and receive tips from their communities to aid in locating and returning the child.