Melbourne Shield Continues to Grow
By James Fitzpatrick
Three months after its launch, the Melbourne Shield continues to grow with businesses and organisations around greater Melbourne joining the critical incident communications network. Check out the post-launch video above to find out more... The Melbourne Shield uses AtHoc, BlackBerry's Crisis Alerting software, to connect Melbourne's major organisations in an exclusive critical incident network - immediately alerting key personnel when a major incident occurs and enabling them to communicate with their counterparts at other organisations; coordinating the city's response.
Access to the Shield is provided free of charge to businesses and individuals that meet the established criteria.
If you're interested in having your business connected to the Shield, contact the team today.