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Communication and Collaboration Key To Keeping Us Safe in an Unsafe World

The recent tragedy at The Pulse nightclub added an extra dimension to the Association of Public Safety Officials (APCO) Annual Conference and Expo in Orlando, Florida this week. More than 2,500 registered attendees are here with just under 300 exhibiting companies. APCO is the premier industry event for public safety communicators and has been since […]

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Be Part of the 2016 Engage Global Customer Awards

Have you or someone within your organization used software from Verint to optimize customer engagement? Has this person helped increase customer satisfaction, build customer loyalty, drive revenue, improve operational efficiencies, and/or heighten employee morale? If so, then be sure to submit a nomination for the 2016 Engage Global Customer Awards! The Engage Global Customer Awards […]

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Verint Offers ISC West Attendees Two Strategic Technology Updates

The industry is changing. Security leaders are more business savvy, technology is more sophisticated, and big data analysis and the Internet of Things are driving new levels of intelligence across the globe. The drive to leverage data streams, business strategy and systems to achieve greater situational awareness and make intelligent decisions has never been more […]

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Verint Speakers: Improving the Customer Experience and Workforce Management

Society of Workforce Planning Professionals (SWPP) April 4-6; Nashville, Tennessee Verint’s Monty Deckard, manager, business applications, will present “Moving from Flexible to Fixed Schedules: “Reel” Advantages for Your Business” at 3:45 p.m. CT on April 5. Work-life balance is increasingly important, so why would a progressive company such as Bass Pro Shops move from flexible, […]

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Citizens and Security Officials Unite To Take Action

The tragic events that took place in Brussels this week are examples of how important security and information gathering have become in the effort to keep our citizens safe at home and abroad. These senseless acts of violence are carried out with little warning, in large public places, against “soft targets,” unsuspecting individuals and families simply […]

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Making Employee Safety Priority One

You can’t help but turn on the news and be concerned about security. Now more than ever before we are seeing bombings, active shooter incidents, random stabbing tirades, riots and random acts of violence happening all over the world. Each of the recent incidents in Paris, San Bernardino and Israel took place with very little […]

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Breaking Down Silos To Mitigate Risk

Breaking down silos is the name of the game in almost any business environment these days. The financial market is no different. In our last financial industry blog, we examined the changing nature of risk in the financial market, as well as some of the factors that create new threats to the safety of banks, […]

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Connecting the Data Points for Better Response

The volume, velocity and variety of data are increasing like never before, so how do we take this data and turn it into actionable intelligence? I’ll share an example where a tragedy might have been prevented had the pieces of the data puzzle been put together. In February 2010, Andrew Joseph Stack III, crashed a […]

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Security in 2016: Looking Back and Looking Forward

As the world celebrated the New Year, safety was on people’s minds around the world. Many took time to review some of the events that helped define 2015. The Paris attacks, the university shooting in Kenya and the violence associated with Charlie Hebdo further elevated security concerns and helped propel organizations to strongly evaluate security programs, […]

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The Best Employee Personal Safety Defense? A Collective One (Part Two)

As I discussed in my previous blog, employee personal safety is growing more challenging as it also grows more critical. Recent events around the world only help reinforce this point. So, let’s take a look at the solutions that help correlate information and risk management into one view. Organizations simply cannot build a strong employee […]

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