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Presented by Mark Calleran of the Salvation Army at the Social Connections event on 4th July 2011 in London.

Presented by Mark Calleran of the Salvation Army at the Social Connections event on 4th July 2011 in London.

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    Salvation Army: A private social network Salvation Army: A private social network Presentation Transcript

    • Making physical connections virtual Mark Calleran CITP MBCS Chief Information Officer International Headquarters The Salvation ArmyMonday, 11 July 11
    • Youth ConventionMonday, 11 July 11
    • Monday, 11 July 11
    • Making Physical contacts, Virtual • Introducing.. The POKENMonday, 11 July 11
    • Enterprise ConnectionsMonday, 11 July 11
    • A Private Social Network The Salvation ArmyMonday, 11 July 11
    • Monday, 11 July 11
    • Good morning Martyn... Im not sure if it is you I need to send this to - if not I would be grateful if you could forward it to the appropriate person in the SI department. One of the clients in our centre, Gavin, approached me with the idea for a Residents Forum on the internet for residents of Army hostels. I asked him to elaborate and his suggestion is outlined below. Given the number of our clients who now have access to internet facilities a moderated forum may be of benefit to the Army in terms of client involvement and empowerment, and give our clients a louder voice. I would welcome your views as to the practicality of such a project. Many thanks, George. Project Manager The Salvation ArmyMonday, 11 July 11
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    • Monday, 11 July 11
    • Can we help you Gavin? I think so.Monday, 11 July 11