InTTENSITY Hosts Its First Annual Federal Social Media Summit

Share Article

InTTENSITY will be hosting its first Social Media Summit in April. The summit will touch on recent social media trends, how social media metrics and measurements can be used in federal reporting, monitoring different forms of social media for early indications and warnings for events, and case studies of social media in the government.

News Image

Social Media Command Center by InTTENSITY Corporation announces that it will be hosting its first annual Federal Social Media Summit at the Ritz-Carlton-Pentagon City in Arlington, VA on 24 April 2012. This Summit will focus on how Social Media can be used by government for better governance through near-instant notification and understanding of international populaces around the world in their native tongue. Through the newly cut prism of social media, many visions of populous issues and concerns can be ascertained simultaneously. When sorted and categorized, this fertile reserve of raw information can provide the government with a wide knowledge of societal disputes, natural disasters, and domestic and international conditions of people. We believe that a collective understanding of social media will better dictate governmental response in issues relating to the general population.

Dan Zarrella, the world’s leading Social Media Scientist will make the keynote address on April 24th at 9 AM. His talk will center on Transforming Commercial Social Media Use for Federal Agency Needs.

Register now for this complimentary event to hear from social media scientists as they discuss their federal experiences with monitoring, collecting, and analyzing social media. The summit will touch on recent social media trends, how social media metrics and measurements can be used in federal reporting, monitoring different forms of social media for early indications and warnings for events, and case studies of social media in the government.

About InTTENSITY and the Social Media Command Center Product:

Social Media Command Center (SMCC) is the only SaaS delivered trending and monitoring tool for the entire Twitter Firehose as well as 74 million other unique social media sources. SMCC has created metrics and dashboards that are specific to measuring social media in the aggregate to read social media for analysts.

InTTENSITY, founded in February 2010, is located in the University of Maryland Baltimore County (UMBC) Research Park in Catonsville, Maryland. InTTENSITY is a private software company that is driven to build software and information solutions to contribute to the improvement of our society. InTTENSITY is located in an SBA designated HUBZone.

Share article on social media or email:

View article via:

Pdf Print

Contact Author

Peter Coddington
Visit website