For more than a week now, WRAL TechWire and WRAL.com have published a series of stories explaining how technology could be used to keep people connected and informed during Hurricane Florence. We also provided information about free virtual health care and free housing from Airbnb partners.
To help you keep this information handy, here are links to those stories.
We hope you found them useful.
We certainly are open to suggestions about other topics, and we will strive to build a data base of stories to help you prepare for the next hurricane. Send comments to WRAL TechWire Editor Rick Smith at: email@example.com
- Staying connected in storm: A guide to apps for messaging, flooding, health, gas, more
- North Carolina warns: Watch out for scams, cybercrimes during hurricane
- Wireless providers offer variety of hurricane discounts – even smartphone drying
- How new and old tech will help keep you connected during the storm
- Spectrum to open more than 5,000 WiFi hot spots to all wireless users
- Preparing your technology for a hurricane: A survival checklist
- Power out? Other ways to get news about Hurricane Florence
- UNC Health Care, national provider offer free virtual medical services during hurricane
- Protecting your data in a hurricane – here’s some advice on how to do it
- How the Internet of Things is helping governments prepare for Hurricane Florence
- Many small businesses recover quickly from hurricanes, analysis shows
More coverage: Follow Hurricane Florence developments at WRAL.com