Emergency Reporting Blog

New Product Announcement: ER Ultra Secure Cloud

August 25, 2017

As you may have gathered from recent stories in the news, hacking and data breaches are an increasingly common problem. In fact, they’ve hit a record level in the first half of 2017(1). Your ...


data, technology, data security

Why Updating Your Web Browser is Vital for a Seamless ER Experience

August 08, 2017

If you ask a handful of people what type of web browser they use, the answer will vary. Some people swear by Chrome, some prefer Firefox, some are tried-and-true Internet Explorer users, while ...


fire software, Internet Explorer, internet improvements, technology

Honoring Fire Chief John Sinclair – ER Customer and 2016-2017 IAFC President and Chairman of the Board

August 03, 2017

Pictured: Left photo, clockwise from left - SEPAC, Inc. President John Meier, Emergency Reporting President Dave Adams, Kittitas Valley Fire & Rescue Chief John Sinclair, Emergency Reporting Sales ...


emergency reporting, Events

Emergency Reporting Development - Exploring the Bleeding Edge with Progressive Web Apps

July 19, 2017

If you’re attending FRI in Charlotte, NC July 27 – 29 visit our booth, # 2104, to see how Emergency Reporting is developing more robust products, faster than ever before.


Mobile Apps, ER Development, Agile, Tradeshow

The Future of Fire Service Data-Based Decision Making is Here

June 29, 2017

Written by Roger Parker, Fire Marshal, Elk Creek Fire Protection District (CO)


data, emergency reporting, Fire Service Solutions, reporting

Please-please-please tell me you have screen sharing!

June 05, 2017

I won’t even ask if you’ve ever been so frustrated with your cable company, cell phone provider or credit card company you want to scream. Or swear. Or worse. I know you have.


Why Administrative Training is Important in Fire Departments and EMS Agencies

May 23, 2017

Administrative training. Just the sound of it is enough to make action-oriented public safety professionals cringe. It’s almost as bad as going on “light duty.” But is administrative training ...


emergency reporting, training, administrative

WannaCry Ransomware Attack: Your Data is Safe with ER

May 16, 2017

As you’ve most likely heard, a destructive ransomware attack called “WannaCry” struck hundreds of thousands of Internet users in nearly 100 countries this weekend. The malicious virus, which has ...


Company News, data, emergency reporting, technology

Using InspectER – The New Tablet App

April 26, 2017

If you follow Emergency Reporting on social media or subscribe to our newsletters, you’ve probably heard about the launch of InspectER – a mobile tablet app for inspectors, fire marshals and ...


fire inspection, fire inspector, fire marshal, inspecter, inspection, inspection app, occupancy, Uncategorized

How to Get the Most Out of Fire & EMS Tradeshows

April 20, 2017

All throughout the year there are many tradeshows and expos across the country for the Fire & EMS service industry. From small, regional shows with a few hundred attendees to large, national shows ...


FDIC International, fire & ems tradeshows, fire service, tradeshow tips, Trade Shows, Uncategorized

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