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Crises Control shortlisted for Business Continuity Awards 2016

Crises Control, the mass notification, multi-channel, business continuity platform and crisis response solution, has been shortlisted in two categories for the prestigious Business Continuity Awards 2016, Cloud Based Services and Most innovative Product of the Year. Introduced in 2014 by tech company Transputec for their own clients, it was so successful that they took its development up a level, adding to its user experience and incorporating a number of features unique in the field, before launching it on the open market.

Exercise Unified Response

Exercise Unified Response, coordinated by the London Fire Brigade and involving all the emergency services, first responders, local authorities, utility companies, forensic specialists and victim identification teams from across the country has just been completed. Teams from Hungary, Italy and Cyprus also took part and the EU funded some £2million of the costs.

Backup and disaster recovery are key drivers of enterprise cloud usage

Research just published has found that the majority of enterprises in the US plan to increase their spending on cloud computing by as much as 50 percent in 2016. According to a new study conducted by B2B research firm, Clutch, nearly 30 percent will maintain their current spending, and only 6 percent will reduce their cloud computing budget.

Crises Control business continuity platform is listed on new G-Cloud 7 framework

Crises Control, the mass notification, multi-channel, business continuity platform and crisis response solution has been just been listed on the government G-Cloud 7 framework, making it available to all public sector organisations. This means that public sector organisations can save time and cost on their procurement process by relying on the terms of use agreed under the framework.

No let up in terror threat in 2016

2016 has barely begun, yet we have already seen a renewal of the terrorist threat to the UK, as well as many other places around the globe. A video just released by ISIS, featuring a jihadist with a London accent, shows the execution of five ‘British spies’ and threatens revenge on the UK for RAF air strikes in Syria.