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The Role of Visual Communications in Crisis Response

- April 29, 2009 - 0 Comments

In response to the Swine Flu outbreak, many experts, journalists and bloggers have been discussing the role of video conferencing in business continuity plans. In addition to enabling employees to meet face-to-face with each other and customers without risking exposure, video also plays an important role in emergency preparedness and response.

This video of Strong Angell III, a flu pandemic emergency simulation, that took place in the city of San Diego in conjunction with San Diego University provides a great overview of the advantages of being visually enabled during a crisis from a variety of perspectives.

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