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SYS-CON i-Technology Podcast: Katrina Relief
Technology Community Provides Katrina Relief

The technology community is rallying around the effort to provide relief to Gulf Coast residents in the U.S. who are victims of the Hurrican Katrina disaster. As governmental agency employees and local citizens continue to do what they can in the wake of a catastrophic storm that inflicted widespread damage throughout Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, and Florida, SYS-CON Media has become aware of numerous efforts by tech leaders.

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Numerous technology companies are donating money and provide goods and services in an effort to provide relief to the hundreds of thousands of victism of Hurricane Katrina in Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, and Florida.


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