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Inside Red Cross Social Media Command Center

New Digital Operations Center will help the American Red Cross respond better to disasters. Dell's social command center served as the model.
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The Heat Map Dashboard, another one of the six screens on the Digital Operations Center wall, shows where social media posts about the Midwest tornadoes originated around the world.

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