Tech Companies Aid Hurricane Victims

09 Sep 2005
Four days after Hurricane Katrina hit the Gulf Coast, senior executives from the country's leading tech companies, including Avaya, Cisco, Intel, Microsoft, and SBC Communications, gathered with Red Cross officials in Washington, D.C., to offer help. Within days, the group helped coordinate the donation, delivery, and installation of 1,500 net-connected PCs, most donated by Dell and Lenovo, to evacuation points across the region.
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