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#ImpactCloud

The coalition aims to help organizations research, affordably acquire, build and fund successful cloud solutions that can make huge differences in saving lives.

Below is historical information about #ImpactCloud.

Please visit https://www.impactcloud.org/ for current information on #ImpactCloud


CRISIS RESPONSE

Cross-cloud Innovation Enabling Humanitarian Impact

Crisis frequency is accelerating, humanitarian orgs are embracing the cloud and cloud technologies are becoming more interoperable. ImpactCloud.org is an alliance of cloud technology vendors eager to help humanitarian organizations make the most of these trends.

NetHope, Team Rubicon, IRC and other humanitarian orgs have joined forces with a founding coalition of cloud vendors (Box, Salesforce.org, DocuSign, Okta, Splunk, Tableau and Twilio) to explore the best use of their respective technologies and to nurture cross-cloud innovation in the crisis-response domain.

These organizations share the belief that combining their resources will help emergency responders accelerate cross- cloud platform innovation. The coalition aims to help organizations research, affordably acquire, build and fund successful cloud solutions that can make huge differences in saving lives.

What is ImpactCloud?

The ImpactCloud.org alliance is currently seeking input from emergency responders. Do you have a use case for preparing and supporting groups in the deployment of personnel and equipment in emergency? Sign up here to get involved in the discussion or get your questions answered.

For more information, please review the product listings below which contain case studies, integration notes, and more. Also check out blog posts, and webinar recordings in the NetHope Solutions Center archives.

Recent ImpactCloud Projects:

An innovative tool you might find interesting called FACT (Field Assessment Content Tool). FACT was the outcome of a hackathon project created by IRC, Oxfam International and Save the Children and engineers from Box, Inc. on April 19 and 20, 2017.

Click here to visit the ImpactCloud GitHub where all the code for the FACT tool is housed.  We welcome your contributions and improvements to it! Here is a brief video that explains the background for the ImpactCloud Github.

View ImpactCloud panel at Humantitarian ICT Forum.

EXPLORE DISASTER RESPONSE SOLUTIONS FROM OUR PARTNERS

The #ImpactCloud collaborators bring their respective contributions to the effort:

Box.org – a proud tech partner for NetHope– works hard every day to put Box technology, employee talent and other resources to work to enable crisis response coordinators and direct first response providers to meet their mission as effectively and efficiently as possible. Access Box specific collateral here.
DocuSign IMPACT
DocuSign IMPACT represents the company pledge of 1% of its equity, its employees’ time, and its technology to accelerating the digital transformation of nonprofit organizations. Crisis responders have access to special pricing, making it easy for organizations and institutions to begin using electronic signatures.
Access DocuSign specific collateral here.
Okta for Good - Okta has the ability stand up an identity platform that allows crisis response teams to access: email, online resources and data, e-signature documents, etc within minutes of the crisis. Also includes a Mobility Management suite that allows administrators to provision email and other applications directly onto the devices of the crisis response teams. It also allows end users to access their data seamlessly after they have enrolled in Okta’s device management. Access Okta specific collateral here.
Salesforce.org - Salesforce– an official tech partner for NetHope–is built to be mobile and accessible from anywhere that NGOs work on the ground. Access Salesforce specific collateral here.
Splunk4good is uniquely positioned to serve as a single point of entry for data aggregation and analysis, across disparate systems, networks, devices, applications, and equipment – especially in a crisis response scenario. Ease of deployment, quick time to value, and lightweight integration with existing products and solutions to gain real-time visibility and operational awareness make it an ideal component of a crisis response framework, and an integral point of connection to any/all other systems and tools that are deployed. Alerting and two-way communication make it an important tool to ensure that resources are optimized, networks and connectivity are consistently available, and equipment is functioning properly. Access Splunk specific collateral here.
Tableau Foundation - Tableau’s easy-to-use visual analytics software delivers data and analysis from any source to anyone in the organization on any device when it is needed most. A crisis management team gain valuable insights and make better decisions with data. Organizations can create visualizations and dashboards in minutes with Tableau Desktop, then share in seconds with Tableau Online. Now everyone has access to life-saving data on an enterprise-grade, web-based, mobile responsive, collaboration platform. This speed, flexibility and choice is critical in getting systems online and making sense of the massive amount of information that is gathered in the wake of a crisis. Access Tableau specific collateral here.
Twilio.org - In disaster recovery situations communications technologies are essential for rescue teams in the field, people in need of help, or connecting with family members to make sure they are ok. Many times these tools are built on the spot based on needs and sometimes the final apps aren’t deployed in time for the people that really need them. What if there were simple tools that any developer or organization could deploy at a moment’s notice? What if these tools were open source and powered by the community? We started the Twilio.org initiative to support nonprofits better through technology and amplify their efforts with communications. Access Twilio specific collateral here.
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