A new version of BlackBerry's AtHoc crisis communication system provides diverse improvements.
Macquarie University has rolled out a government grade, secure crisis communications platform to keep students and staff safe on its campus.
BlackBerry has announced a definitive agreement to acquire AtHoc, which operates a software platform enabling people, devices and organisations to exchange critical information in real time during business continuity and life safety operations.
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