New Home for Critical Communication

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  • The board of directors is releasing the new website of the Critical Messaging Association.
  • More important than ever in coronavirus times: The connection through unique content is being reinforced.
  • A hidden beginning of a wider culture of publications.

Berlin, September 2020: Unforeseen developments, unpredictable communication, changes in behaviours:

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Ensuring reliable availability during times of crisis: critical infrastructures require “double support”

Berlin, 20 March 2020: The world is almost shutting down. Due to the rapid spread of the Covid 19, countries are declaring a state of emergency. In practice, this means focusing on the essentials, for example safeguarding critical infrastructures. However, the sudden massive burden on existing IT and TC systems due to millions of mobile or home office activities is creating an unprecedented situation in the digital communications sector too. So it is all the more important that emergency crews, among others, are able to rely on a second infrastructure.

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Next CMA Summit Goes Digital – Follow #CMAweb20

The next CMA Summit will be conducted using internet based video and voice conferencing. It will be easy for users to join and will feature many meaningful topics for discussion.

The #CMAweb20 will take part on April 29, 2020 at 1PM CEST (UTC+2).

Registration is required. For that time to be used provisional address events@critmsg.org. Reply will be as soon as possible.

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e*Message Managing Director Dr. Dietmar Gollnick is the new President of the Critical Messaging Association (CMA)

Dr. Dietmar Gollnick Chairman CMA-Europe
  • Gollnick takes over from Derek Banner as president
  • e*Message has been an active member of the CMA for many years
  • Next CMA Summit in spring 2020

Berlin, 14th November 2019: The Managing Director of e*Message Wireless Information Services Deutschland GmbH, Dr. Dietmar Gollnick, was elected as the new President of the global Critical Messaging Association (CMA) at the start of November in Brussels. He follows in the footsteps of Derek Banner (UK), who held the post for many years and was no longer up for election. The result of the vote was unanimous.

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