From The Next Web: The internet is finally getting a high-speed internet lane for emergency situations


During large disasters, like hurricanes, wildfires and terrorist attacks, people want emergency responders to arrive quickly and help people deal with the crisis. In order to do their best, police, medics, firefighters and those who manage them need lots of information: Who is located where, needing what help? And what equipment and which rescuers are available to intervene? With all of the technology we have, it might seem that gathering and sharing lots of information would be pretty simple. But communicating through a disaster is much more challenging than it appears. The event itself can make communications worse, damaging networks…

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Chris Swearingin, MCSE, Professional Technologist, Editor of Computer Magazine (www.ComputerMagazine.com), Owner of 411 Technologies Managed Services, Systems Engineer, IT Manager, Network Administrator, Web Developer. See me at www.Swearingin.com

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