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Jessica Neuner

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Automated Reminders that Can Help Keep Your Staff and Customers Safe During the COVID-19 Pandemic

In order to keep employees, students, customers, and anyone else who may be on-site safe during the coronavirus pandemic, many organizations are putting safety measures in place. These protective measures, as recommended by the CDC, can include: Requiring masks Social … Read More…

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How to Protect Both People and Businesses During the COVID-19 Coronavirus Outbreak

What Is COVID-19? COVID-19, short for Coronavirus Disease 2019, is a highly infectious disease that is caused by a recently discovered coronavirus. A coronavirus is a common type of virus that typically affects the upper throat, respiratory system, sinuses, or … Read More…

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How to Use Your Emergency Communication System to Prepare for a Tornado

Tornadoes can form suddenly with little warning and cause huge amounts of damage to both property and people. In 2011, a multi-vortex EF5 tornado struck Joplin, Missouri. It killed 161 people and caused $3.12 billion in property damage, making it … Read More…

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How to Use PA in a Noisy Environment

Noise levels can be a constant problem for many organizations. Hospitals constantly receive complaints from patients about high noise levels. Any location where manufacturing takes place can be extremely loud. Retail environments can fill with loudly talking customers. Schools can … Read More…

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How to Prevent Message Fatigue

Modern technology makes it easier to stay connected all the time. We’re constantly getting texts, making phone calls, and checking social media. This can get exhausting after a while, even when the constant contact is personal and not work-related. Whether … Read More…

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The Benefits of an All-in-One Device

When it comes to an emergency communication system, the more methods of communication, the better. But if you wan’t signs and screens and speakers, that results in an unsightly mess of devices cluttering up your wall. Plus, people aren’t sure … Read More…

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The Importance of Audio-Visual Communication to Emergency Notification

How we communicate with each other is constantly evolving. For millennia, any communication that wasn’t in person was by necessity visual. Advances in audio technology, such as the telephone and public address systems, turned communication trends towards the audio for … Read More…

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The Future of PA Is Text-to-Speech

Public address has been in use since the time of Ancient Greece in the form of megaphones. Modern PA and paging systems were invented in 1910 by the Automatic Electric Company in the form of a loudspeaker. Since then, they’ve … Read More…

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What Is PA 2.0?

Public address systems have been around in some form or another since the usage of megaphones in Ancient Greece. Modern paging systems with electric loudspeakers were first developed in 1910. PA has been used as an emergency communication system for … Read More…

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Why WiFi Is Better Than Data for Emergency Communication

The Convenience of Cellular Data Chances are good that you can’t imagine not having cellular data (3G, 4G, LTE, etc.) available for your phone. The convenience of having Internet access no matter where you are is now such an intrinsic … Read More…

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