the Wealth”…Industry Organizations Update
Team Deployed At Sea Island G8 Summit and Reagan Memorial
Angeles, CA - August 4, 2004 - E Team, Inc., the proven,
market-leading provider of collaborative software for
crisis management, today announced that the E Team solution
was deployed to coordinate public safety efforts and
information sharing between government entities at the
Group of Eight (G8) Summit on Sea Island, Georgia and
President Reagan's memorial services in Washington,
DC. Because of their scope and size, both events were
designated by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS)
as National Special Security Events (NSSEs) and required
heightened security efforts and close coordination between
federal, state, and local agencies - a core capability
of the E Team system.
"The Department of Health and Human Services used the
E Team solution as an integral part of its overall strategy
to successfully complete its mission during the recent
Sea Island G8 Summit," said Brent Guffey, Technical
Manager of HHS Secretary's Command Center.
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Systems Releases Two New Modules for LDRPS
of Prussia, PA - Strohl Systems, the global leader in
business continuity planning software and services,
has released two new modules for its industry leading
business continuity planning software, LDRPS.
The new Notify Employees Module enables users to quickly
and effectively contact employees automatically by phone,
e-mail, and other contact methods. The new Language
Modules are prepared translations of LDRPS, which allow
users to build plans in LDRPS in three other languages
besides English: Spanish, German, and French Canadian.
More information about the modules can be found on the
Web at: http://www.strohlsystems.com/Software/LDRPS/LDRPSModule_Features.asp.
Response Organizations Praise Senator Burns for Successful
Defense of 9-1-1
D.C. (July 30, 2004). Three of the nation's leading
public safety organizations, the Association of Public-Safety
Communications Officials, International (APCO), the
National Emergency Number Association (NENA), and the
ComCARE Alliance, applauded the efforts of Senator Conrad
Burns (R-MT) to ensure that 9-1-1 and Enhanced 9-1-1
services will be available from new generation telephone
services, known as Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP).
"VoIP is a critical new technology which will help improve
emergency communications. Our members around the country
are grateful to Senator Burns for his leadership in
standing up once again for our emergency communications
system," said Sue Hoyt, FNP, CEN, Chair of the ComCARE
For more information on APCO, visit http://www.apco911.org.
NINA's website is: http://www.nena.org.
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