On-Demand Webinar: Critical Communications In The Event Of An Incident
During a major incident, whether it be a fire, terrorist attack, natural disaster, or cyber incident, it’s crucial organisations are able to safely and quickly mobilise their workforces.
With the vast majority of Greater Manchester Police support staff – back-office employees in particular – forced to work remotely during the pandemic, Greater Manchester Police (GMP) identified an opportunity to leverage these mobile technologies when operations had to be remodeled nearly overnight.
Given the mental stress of the disruption, GMP realised it needed to adapt – and fast. With 11,000 BlackBerry AtHoc licenses, GMP is now using the platform in a number of ways to ensure business continuity and the safeguarding of staff and the public.
Please join Chris Ullah; Business Relations and Solutions Manager, Keiron Holyome; Vice President; UK, Ireland & Middle East, Alex Lowe; Territory Account Manager & Special Guest Darren Spurgeon; GMP Inspector, for an inside look at the different pain points the Blue Light Sector face when it comes to critical communications in the event of an incident.
Senior Solutions Manager