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New York Red Cross Needs Tech assistance!
From: InfoSec News <isn () c4i org>
Date: Thu, 13 Sep 2001 18:02:29 -0500 (CDT)

In a rare afternoon posting of InfoSec News, I want get this news out
that the New York Red Cross is in search of information technology
assistance. I am sure that with whatever extras technology and
personal come in that it will be made of use with one organization or
another.

William Knowles
wk () c4i org


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http://www.techtv.com/screensavers/showtell/story/0,23008,3347294,00.html

The New York American Red Cross is in dire need of technology
equipment and services. The field workers and sites have little, if
any, means of communication and the central office is processing way
too much on completely paper systems. Your help in acquiring these
resources would be greatly appreciated.

If you can help, please contact: 


Joe Leo, 
Assistant Director, Business Applications, IT
American Red Cross in Greater New York
phone: 212.875.2409
email: jleo () arcgny org
150 Amsterdam Avenue
New York, NY 10023 


PLEASE NOTE: His email is slammed, so don't resend your messages over
and over again.

Following is the list of equipment that the Red Cross needs for its
field workers and expanded Emergency Operations Centers. It also needs
certified Citrix engineers and Microsoft-certified consultants. 


* 40 IBM computers and laptops (with NICs)

* Monitors (with desktops)

* Any storage solutions

* 25 10/100 hubs (8+ Ports)

* 100 Cat5 cables (All lengths)

* 50 power strips

* Any IBM-compatible memory

* Any 3Com wireless NIC cards and LAN products

* 30 desktop-size UPSs

* 15 LaserJet printers (HP 1100 or faster) and printer supplies

* 20 external Zip drives and disks

* Any diskettes and R/W CDs

* 5 external CD burners

* 5 duplex document scanners

* 25 extension cords

* any colored tie wraps

* any Velcro cable wraps

* 50 Citrix client licenses

* 12 PCMCIA LAN cards for IBM P20 ThinkPads, preferably 3Com (in
  addition to those in the new PCs)

* 50 Microsoft Exchange CALs

* 35 Microsoft SQL CALs

* 50 Microsoft Office Professional licenses

* 15 PC Anywhere licenses

* DSL lines

* PDAs with wireless capacity and service

* Nextel cellphones and service

Thanks in advance for your generous assistance. Any donation will help
greatly. 



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