If you are not on Twitter yet
To participate in a Twitter chat, you have to be on Twitter.
Go to Twitter.com and sign up.
It’s free and all you need is a user name and password.
Then Follow us @carmsecurity
Use #CARMchat to follow the chat live
Learn to tweet.
Twitter messages or “tweets” are 140-characters long in total.
Click on the small Tweet box found on Twitter’s left-hand column
Write your tweet in this box, then press the
blue Tweet button
Learn how to @reply and RT.
An @reply is a message you send to a specific person that
everyone else on Twitter can see too. It’s like talking to one
person in a crowded room so other people can eavesdrop on
your conversation. RT stands for retweet, if you see a message
you want to share, simply press the RT Button
So type a tweet to say hello ,
add @carmsecurity and it will
appear in our feed, and be seen by anyone that follows us.
Send a DM. (Direct Message)
A direct message or DM is a private tweet that only the
person you’re sending to can see. You can only DM
someone who’s following you and can only receive DMs
from people you follow.
Understand what a chat is.
Chats are conversations on Twitter on a
specific , planned topic that happen at a
selected time and day or date.
Twitter chats are a bit like people
congregating at the same time to talk about
a subject, on Twitter.
Chats are based on the same 140-character
tweets you use for other Twitter
communications, including a specific #
We will be using a # for our Twitter Chats, a # allows us all
to follow a specific subject , do a search for #carmchat
How to use the # in a tweet
A hashtag chat is a way of organising a conversation so that
anyone on Twitter can follow, join, and contribute. It centres
around a single hashtag
Simply add to your Tweets and questions on each day.
We will use #CARMchat so to join in please add this to your
tweets on that day.
If you have a question now … go ahead ask it and we will
answer it on the day and include you in the answer.
Details of the next CARM Chat
We are joined by Peter Carfrae, Druva’s Sales Manager for UK
and Ireland, to discuss the following topic:
“30% of corporate data residing on the endpoint today, how
are you protecting your data?”
According to the recent survey by Ponemon, where they
interviewed 676 IT and IT security practitioners, endpoint
security risk is more difficult to manage than ever.
Ask questions, add your expert opinion etc.
Now Tweet This to get started……
I am joining @petecarfrae of @druvainc for our latest
#CARMchat at 2pm GMT 27th Nov discussing
#endpointsecurity save the date!
And remember to join us!