Web-Seminar (APAC): Top 10 Risks of Using Business or Social Media Tools for Crisis Management
During a crisis, if an organisation is to avoid confusion, mis-communication and chaos, there are steps that can be taken, pre-crisis, to prevent disaster. Using the wrong tools to manage a crisis or communicate in an emergency is a major factor that leads to chaos.
With chaos can come irreparable damage to your brand, baying media to your door or worse, your staff or the public being put in danger from the lack of coordination.
Imagine if your organisation is under a cyber-attack and you have to shut-down or stop using your IT system (even if it is in the cloud). In this presentation we will talk about how you can maintain your communication channels, collaborate in real-time and stay organised and focussed within the same crisis even without your IT system and telephony.
Leave this presentation knowledgeable in ways that technology can help organisations maintain clear, two-way communication, efficient collaboration and focussed crisis management within medium to large organisations.
- What the top 10 risks are of using business or social media tools for crisis management or emergency communication.
- Understand if your organisation could be exposed by these risks.
- How to ensure clear two-way communication is maintained in a crisis, even with the loss of your normal IT infrastructure.
- How to ensure clear and efficient collaboration in a crisis, even with the loss of your normal IT infrastructure.
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Sales Manager, F-24 UK Ltd.
Martin Petts has worked in crisis management, emergency notification, IT business continuity and data protection for over 20 years combined. Martin is responsible for all F24 business in the Australasia and Asia Pacific region, and manages operations with passion, driving forward client’s success with F24’s products for alerting, crisis management and critical communications on an international scale.