Wednesday, March 26, 2014

You're Invited: Introducing the North Texas Digital Operations Center!

We are thrilled to announce the opening of our new Digital Operations Center (DigiDOC)! It's our new social media command center that allows us to monitor social conversations before and during disasters to help anticipate needs and connect more people with resources during emergencies. The Dallas chapter is honored to be the first location outside of our national headquarters in D.C. to receive this innovative technology, courtesy of our partners at Dell.
A few special guest joining us are:

  •  W. Nim Kidd, Chief of Emergency Management, Texas Dept. of Public Safety
  • Tom Bradshaw, Meteorologist in Charge, National Weather Service
  • Clay Jenkins, Dallas County Judge
  • Dave Passey, Deputy Regional Administrator, FEMA Region 6
  • Shelby Montgomery, Dell
  • T.D. Smyers, CEO, American Red Cross North Texas Region
Join us for our big unveiling event next Thursday, April 3! See below for details, RSVP by March 31 to & follow #DigiDFW online for more.


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    please can you visit here..

    tengs very much...

  2. I love this blog.
    The new Digital Operations Center is a result of innovative technology.
    Congrats to Dallas.

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  3. A special thanks for this informative post. I definitely learned new stuff here I wasn't aware of !


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