Australian Red Cross has rolled out a self-isolator outreach platform to provide psychological first aid support during the Covid-19 pandemic in less than a week using Microsoft technology.
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About 550,000 Australia Red Cross blood donor records have been exposed by a Web developer using their Web server like a personal file server.
Apple has made it possible to donate to Nepalese earthquake victims via iTunes, with 100% of donations going to the Red Cross.
The Red Cross recently announced a new cloud-based service that will enable people misplaced by disaster to relocate their loved ones.
Australian Red Cross has received a $10 million grant from Microsoft Australia, the largest single technology grant made by the company.
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Optus mobile customers are now able to donate to Red Cross relief funds for specific appeals via SMS under a facility set up by Optus and digital marketing company, Be.interactive.
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