Reliable exchange of critical information Critical Event Management for companies
BlackBerry Alert is to assist companies in preparing for and responding to a crisis situation, as well as the restoration of normal conditions after such. The solution for Critical Event Management (CEM) give it as a SaaS or as a fully managed Service.
BlackBerry Alert based on the experience of the manufacturer with CEM solutions for the public sector, for example, with the product line, the BlackBerry AtHoc. The events of the past year, however, would demonstrate that the requirements of the company to a CEM Tool differ significantly from those from the public sector.
Company are managed critical events across multiple departments, threaten Silos, which can lead to delays, errors and a low level of situational awareness, so BlackBerry. With BlackBerry Alert the Management of critical events could be centralized. Here, data from the entire company would be integrated, so as to allow a seamless and reliable exchange of critical information and the operation of the business, as well as the safety of the employees.
Even with the best preparation and planning, it could come in business to emergencies, which interfere with the operation of the business, the resistance ability to the test and sales, as well as the safety of employees, threaten, explains the manufacturer. Add to this the steadily growing number of critical events – cyber-attacks and failures of IT systems, from human-caused incidents, outbreaks of infectious diseases, extreme weather conditions and other unexpected events. BlackBerry Alert to be able to send an early warning when a threat situation, announcing, or altered. As a result, companies could quickly begin to take measures to mitigate risks and minimize the impact to the business, employees, customers, and communities.
BlackBerry Alert’ll be in Business Tools such as Microsoft Teams and ServiceNow integration. IT departments could simply make Teams for crisis management so that problems could be directly in the application of the third-party dissolved.