Distributing documentation efficiently and effectively during so much uncertainty can be difficult.
Distributing critical information during a pandemic is beyond crucial. There is a lot of useful information around Covid-19: from how to wash your hands correctly to what the virus means for economic and social survival. But distributing documentation efficiently and effectively during so much uncertainty can be difficult.
The current Covid-19 pandemic has everyone scrambling for a way to access relevant medical and scientific information. Organisations are trying to find ways to provide this information with an objective, unbiased message. The fastest way to distribute this information is digitally over the internet. However requisitioning systems to handle this distribution can be an unknown if they’ve never been deployed before.
It’s imperative that an organisation owns its own data and software.
The open source community has provided a number of tools key to document and content distribution. Content management systems such as Joomla, WordPress and Drupal provide out-of-the-box solutions to document management. They allow quick turnaround times and cost-effective solutions for providing important information to the general public. Other open services such as Gitlab provide tools for quickly deploying static information in a dynamic way. It’s also imperative that an organisation owns its own data and software, a key feature of open source systems.
If your organisation or institution needs to establish a connection to a wide audience in order to distribute key scientific and public health information, KnowledgeArc provides solutions. We use only open source content and documentation systems. Knowledge Arc can assist in both hosting distribution pipelines, or deploying them to your existing architecture. We can also provide customisations to match your existing organisational branding, so your users can immediately trust the information they’re consuming.
How best to move forward for the health of the global community of humankind.
Distributing critical information during a pandemic has got to be a first priority, so more people have access to open and authentic research. This way, we can reach understanding of how best to move forward, for the health of the global community of humankind.
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