The BlackBerry AtHoc mobile app brings the industry’s leading crisis communication capabilities to the palm of your hands.
During an event, users can receive critical alerts, and easily share pictures and videos from the field back to their operations center to enhance situational awareness across the organization. Users can also send one-click duress signals or even share their real-time GPS location to give further awareness of their location for added security and protection.
In addition, system operators are enabled to send alerts and manage their system while on-the-go, helping to get the word out and ensure safety for their people.
Learn more about BlackBerry AtHoc’s Mobile Apps here:
• Use of the BlackBerry AtHoc mobile app requires an Organization Code from your system administrator.
• The BlackBerry AtHoc mobile app uses GPS services when location tracker feature is ON. Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life.
The app works decently enough for its intended purpose but it feels like something you’d find on an original iOS device. The biggest feature shortfall I’ve come across so far is that it doesn’t allow users to connect to multiple organizations. That single change would dramatically increase utility...
Aug 02, 2020
While alert announcement notifications show up on the apple watch, the only option is to dismiss the notification, and without acknowledgement the ad his system continues with follow up phone calls, etc, which are redundant after notification.
Oct 05, 2020
Simple... Just follow the directions to sign up and make sure you’re not on wifi just in case your firewall blocks it. Yes your account and that “exact” email you are using for registration NEEDS to be in the system before you attempt to register.
Jul 22, 2020