Emergency Management

Readiness When It Matters

Top emergency management agencies both in government and the public sector, such as FEMA, the Red Cross, and other first responders, are required to be able to respond to the worst tragedies across the nation in record time. This requirement requires all of your IT systems and mobile units, as well as communications equipment, to be 100% ready to go at a moment’s notice.

The increased need to have everything fully operational 24 hours a day creates many challenges related to the deployment and management of IT and communications systems. Top-rated agencies choose Nagios to keep their equipment online and ready to be put into action with the first responders.

Being Prepared for a Disaster

FEMA describes preparedness as a continuous cycle of planning, organizing, training, equipping, exercising, evaluating, and taking corrective action in an effort to ensure effective coordination during incident response.

By deploying Nagios solutions, first responders can benefit from Nagios’ comprehensive monitoring and alerting capabilities and be prepared before the next disaster hits. These agencies can receive notifications of website and system outages and communication failures that can affect their effectiveness, public image, operational efficiency, and speed of response. Once alerted, IT staff can resolve problems more quickly, thus lessening the impact of outages, or, in many cases, be allowed to resolve problems before they have an impact.

Emergency Management Agencies and First Responders Benefit from:

  • Improved IT system operations
  • Improved website availability
  • Improved public visibility and credibility
  • Improved communications
  • Improved readiness

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