There is an organization that I have wanted to introduce people to for a while. It is a game changer, provided it can be applied more and baked into operations and various technologies.
In disaster operations, the Internet is the predominate way to share data and information across people, organizations, and geographies--when it is available. It is a critical failure point to inter-organizational and region-wide operations that need to share across wireless networks. When access to the Internet is compromised, cascading effects occur such as having to reconcile what the latest data and information is. In fact, data and information sharing is often reduced to files on USB sticks that are physically traded. Version control becomes essential, but hard to maintain.Read More