Across the Hall or Across an Ocean
AtHoc helps safeguard millions of people in thousands of organizations around the globe. Our powerful platform – featuring four key attributes – makes it possible:
It's a whole new level of protection for your people, in which you can notify anyone, anywhere, on any device; get real-time visibility of your personnel safety and status; and communicate and collaborate with other organizations.
Bottom line: the AtHoc platform is an industry-leading safety net for your people, 24/7/365.
No one has to tell you: security is a front-and-center concern for every corporation, large to small. As connectivity increases, the issue will become even more pronounced – and the need for a sophisticated solution more pressing than ever.
Our security is seamless, powerful and industry-leading. In fact, AtHoc was awarded the Support Anti-Terrorism by Fostering Effective Technology (SAFETY) Act Designation by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS); the first company to receive this recognition.
AtHoc integrates our cutting-edge technology with your legacy systems, preserving existing investment and, most importantly, ensuring seamless crisis response. That's a claim few others can make. Specifically, the AtHoc solution assimilates both historical systems and the latest and greatest technology, including:
Emergencies aren't confined to headquarters; today's workforce is mobile, to say the least. With AtHoc networked crisis communication, first responders and personnel can use the AtHoc mobile app to:
Net result: AtHoc's industry-leading mobile capabilities cut response times and save lives.
The AtHoc solution offers a variety of architecture options: on-premise, cloud-only or our patented hybrid configuration. This selection ensures you're always in control of your own data – an advantage exclusive to AtHoc.
AtHoc's patented hybrid deployment balances the economic benefits of cloud-based computing without the risk of exposing sensitive information outside a firewalled security zone. This is particularly true when the potential risk includes Personal Identifiable Information (PII) of employees, contractors and family members – and communication associated with sensitive, critical events within the organization.