American Red Cross: When Disasters Don't Stop At 5 P.M.

| March 27, 2017

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Founded by Clara Barton in 1881, in Washington, D.C., the American Red Cross today is a nationwide network consisting of nearly 270 chapters and 36 blood service regions. It is the nation’s frontline when it comes to disaster relief. Yet, like many long-standing organizations, the American Red Cross is increasingly challenged by outmoded, legacy computer systems. To solve this problem and ensure that it continues delivering its life-saving services, in the most effective and efficient ways possible, the organization is implementing a comprehensive digital workspace solution.

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