Informational Update For October 10, 2012
Technology is advancing at a rapid pace, which is greatly impacting the evolution of mass notification.
According to InSites Consulting, over 1 billion people use social networks worldwide (70% of the internet population) and nearly two-thirds of those use social networks on a daily basis. Combin ed with the mass adoption of smart phone and mobile technology, people both have the ability to share and receive information more than ever before.
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