Social networking Web resources, like Twitter, can help organizations and government expand their communication networks during emergencies, says blogger W. David Stephenson. Major organizations like the American Red Cross are giving it a try.
Business intelligence is trending toward the lay user as sophisticated analytical tools are being made available to employees throughout an organization.
The police, firemen, and other first responders have left, and you are taking stock of the emergency that has befallen you, your organization, or your family. What now?
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