Public safety is becoming an increasing concern, just about everywhere you go. It seems every time you turn on the news, there’s someone or something else harming people, killing people, or putting them in danger. There are public safety organizations for cities, borders, college campuses, and more, whose job it is to keep you safe from these threats. Are they prepared to do that? Do they have a plan in place? That’s the topic of our next #CiscoChat, on Tuesday, May 17th from 10-11am PT.
Harold Bell will be moderating the discussion from @CiscoGovt—Cisco’s Twitter channel for government audiences, which focuses on how technology impacts government agencies. He’ll be joined by Cisco’s Global Government Industry Managers, Laura Re (@laurare143) and Daniele Schrakamp (@dani_schra), as well as Research Director for IDC Government Insights, Alan Webber (@AlanWebber).
During the chat, they’ll discuss the importance of understanding cultural, social, and technological trends on a global level, and how that can aid in supporting public safety, as well as emerging technologies that can both help reduce threats and mitigate the aftermath of those threats. The goal of this discussion is to help you prepare for safer communities and countries in a digital world.
- Make sure you’re logged into your Twitter account.
- Search for the #CiscoChat hashtag and click on the Live tab.
- The Chat moderator is Harold Bell, @CiscoGovt. Be sure to follow the account to participate. Bell will begin welcoming guests at 10am PT and posting questions for discussion.
- For @ replies to specific participants in the discussion, please use a “.” at the beginning of the tweet, so that your question or comment will appear in your public twitter feed.
- If you need multiple tweets to answer a question, please preface each tweet with “1A, 2A,” etc. in order to make it easier for others to follow along with the conversation.
- Be sure to use the #CiscoChat hashtag at the end of each tweet, so that others can find your contributions to the discussion.
Be sure to bring your own questions to the discussion as well. See you there!