Non Profit Disaster Technology Organization offers no cost technology assistance to Communities and Small Businesses affected by Oklahoma Wildfires
Online PR News – 05-August-2012 – Fort Worth, Texas – The Information Technology Disaster Resource Center (ITDRC), a 501(c)(3) non-profit public charity comprised of IT professionals who assist communities and small businesses with technology continuity and recovery, announced it has activated resources to assist communities affected by the wildfires in Oklahoma.
The ITDRC provides temporary IT assets for evacuation centers, distribution points, volunteer and temporary call centers, as well as small business recovery centers. Technology volunteers also provide continuity assistance to help organizations continue operations after the loss of a building, or even access to the public communications infrastructure.
ITDRC Services are provided at NO COST by a Team of technology professionals with experience in many technology disciplines, and can draw on the resources of strategic partners and more than 100 technology volunteers. Small Businesses, Municipalities, and Community Organizations can request temporary workstations, notebooks, or other technology assets to help continue operations; until recovery is complete, or a longer term solution can be implemented.
For immediate assistance, please contact the ITDRC at 817.886.8550, or via E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Information Technology Disaster Resource Center
The Information Technology Disaster Resource Center, Inc is a 501(c)(3) non-profit public charity comprised of IT Professionals who provide technology continuity and recovery assistance to communities and small businesses affected by disaster. Services are provided at no cost by the volunteer team of service oriented professionals with resources and experience in most technology disciplines. More information on the ITDRC is available at www.itdrc.org