It’s been a record-setting season for natural disasters, from hurricanes to fires to floods to earthquakes. Recovering from these disasters will take years as people rebuild both their homes and their businesses. Even businesses that avoided a direct hit are still forced to wait out the economic tailspin — particularly in tourist-driven economies. Businesses with a remote workforce, however, may be more agile in the aftermath.
On Monday, we asked you to share your stories on how FreeConferenceCall.com has helped you stay prepared. Here are some of the responses we received from customers who used us during Hurricane Irene.
We encourage everyone to be prepared for emergencies of any kind and, during the month of National Preparedness, FreeConferenceCall.com has highlighted how its services can help when disaster strikes. We discussed how SimpleBlast can be used to record a message and notify up to 10,000 contacts about an important meeting or conference call that is scheduled to take place. We explained how FreeConferenceCall and FreeConferencing are great ways to get volunteers and emergency responders all on one call when time is of the essence.
Disaster can strike at any time and it is important for everyone to be prepared for emergencies in their homes, schools, organizations, businesses, and communities. Here are two additional tools offered by FreeConferenceCall.com that can help provide critical information to others quickly and efficiently.
In honor of National Preparedness Month, FreeConferenceCall.com has created a dedicated website for organizations, companies, groups, families, and individuals to use to prepare for, assist during the course of and help after any type of disaster. We encourage everyone to take steps to prepare for emergencies in their homes, schools, organizations, businesses, and communities.
Hurricane Irene is headed toward the east coast and we are dedicated in providing quick and efficient communication tools to the people affected during the disaster. Our free tools provide emergency responders and community leaders with the opportunity to instantly communicate important disaster response plans and emergency information that can help save lives. The free tools now available include: