Jun 20

Reston, VA

Online

Over 2.1 billion internet users now have a voice through social media. There are 300-500 million tweets that go through Twitter each day, 800 million active Facebook users, and over 75 million discussion boards and online forums exist. If your organization is struggling to aggregate all this content and handle the immense volume of social media, then it is important for you to learn how to make sense of and better interact with social media using InTTENSITY Social Media Command Center™ (SMCC). SMCC, the leading federal tool for tracking social media, introduces a new dashboard that can measure and monitor the influencer within the Twitter fire hose. SMCC helps anticipate and measure social unrest, monitor natural disasters, watch for political coupes, military events, election misconduct, flash mob violence, and riots in real-time, all by crowd sourcing social media and measuring its discussions. Join us for a complimentary webcast to learn more about SMCC and how it looks at 75 million social media sources on an ongoing basis, including the full Twitter fire house, Facebook, and a variety of public blogs and pages, allowing you to detect and gather information on high impact events. SMCC provides: * Robust, real-time social media data processing * State-of-the-art natural language processing * Classification and filtering * Post-collection analytics and visualization

Cost: Complimentary Webcast

Contact Name: Steve Jacyna

ph: 888-662-2724 email: steve.jacyna@carahsoft.com

Company Info:

Carahsoft Technology Corp.


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