Aspects of business are so interconnected—from transportation to email to facilities management to data storage—that compromise or disruption of simply one aspect can affect the entire business. And such disruptions aren't limited to a single industry—from power companies dealing with an unexpected power outage to an IT department responding to a ransomware attack to an enterprise having to handle a major blizzard that strands employees at home—every business needs to have a business continuity plan.
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It's critical for ASCs to maintain consistent communication with patients in order to ensure procedures proceed smoothly and that they reschedule appointments when possible, avoiding cancellations—which can be costly to any surgical facility.
Any business needs to be prepared for crisis communications. From product failures to how an organization handles a natural disaster—emergencies can have a severe impact on a business's reputation and performance.
The high-profile Golden State Killer case is causing experts to debate the privacy implications of using genealogical data from open-source sites, like GEDmatch.com, in criminal investigations. There are no laws prohibiting detectives from using the data, but law enforcement experts are concerned about potential abuses of this investigative method. Others have argued the tactic represents an invasion of privacy – but does it?
In today’s world, more and more people are turning to messaging first on their phone. One simple way for healthcare providers to effectively engage patients is through enterprise grade secure messaging platforms that also provide automated engagement capabilities.