The Miami Tribe of Oklahoma Executes FastCommand Emergency Communications System
Miami, Oklahoma - The Miami Tribe of Oklahoma made the decision to advance their ways of tribal emergency communications with the web-based system known as FastCommand. The FastCommand emergency communications system allows the tribe to have the tools and the capabilities to inform their tribal members instantaneously when emergencies arise. The Miami Nation has initiated an emergency information system https://miamitribe.fastcommand.com to protect their tribal members and employees.
Smart Alert Messaging: A tool that allows the administration to send out mass amounts of information to their staff, including attachments and disaster plans to be received instantly through their mobile devices.
Encrypted Forms: FastCommand Forms allow tribes to send forms and questions to tribal members remote devices. Tribal citizens can then securely respond, giving Tribal leaders acknowledgement and confirmation of the well-being in their tribal population.
Message Boards: Tools that allow communications to continue during phone outages or website collapses. Message Boards allow the staff and community to post and exchange messages between each other to stay informed when phone systems collapse.
FastCommand patented website deflection technologies are specifically designed for tribal emergency preparation. This cutting-edge continuity technology helps communications to endure during website overload or phone collapse. The tools are used by non-technical employees and Tribal leadership during many threats that can quickly occur, such as hacking situations, active shooter events, social unrest, natural disasters, etc. FastCommand has support teams available 24 hours a day 365 days a year, to serve as the tribe's emergency communication personnel. Learn more at https://www.fastcommand.com/press.
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