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There is a buzz in social media land right now about whether a reputation management firm can use social media channels to assist with a corporate social media strategy.

The essential question is whether you want to use social media to listen to your customers or teach them a lesson.

Social media is a powerful tool for communication. But beware of using it for your company, especially if you are doing so because you want to limit negative impressions of your brand. In fact, you should avoid any negative impressions you create on social media platforms if you are at all concerned about your corporate image.

Corporate social media guidelines that result in a customer’s success may be the basis for any PR plan, but they can also serve as a powerful weapon against your business if used against you.

The reasons for developing a corporate social media plan should be clear, and your plan should be developed by establishing that the purpose of the plan is to make your customer’s experience better and not to harm them.

It’s not a mistake to create guidelines that give you the chance to listen to your customers on social media, and it’s important to the overall success of your social media strategy. You can learn a lot about what you can do to make your customer experience more successful on social media by studying the concerns of the social media consumers who come to you for help.Q:

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January 8, 2016 — The market for RED-detecting law enforcement and military weapons is growing fast, according to the latest research from the New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT).

The organization released the results of a study of the company – then called In-Vehicle Security Systems (IVSS) – that was released late last year. The report showed that from 2009 to 2014, the number of IVSS systems on the road grew 100 percent; the number of vehicles with such systems grew nearly 200 percent.

The study provides a look at the growth of this industry, the many of the drivers behind it, and the risks of using such devices, says Chris Burnett, vice president of Research and Development at the NJIT Center for Intelligent Transportation Systems and Technologies.

NJIT and the Center for Intelligent Transportation Systems and Technologies are sponsoring a free webinar on the use of the technology in the IED threat.

“These systems give police and other first responders a chance to react more quickly in an emergency,” says Burnett. “The police and other first responders are quite reliant upon their electronics and equipment, and without situational awareness it becomes increasingly difficult to access that equipment if the IED threat exists.”

An IED threat is similar to a crash, he adds. “If the crash is of an organic nature it becomes more and more difficult to open doors and break windows, and the time that would be used to access critical systems could be wasted in a crash with an IED.”

The technology is already coming into use by law enforcement, Burnett adds.

“A year ago, the company that we focus on, In-Vehicle Security Systems (IVSS), put a vehicle called Ford Taurus SRX on the road, and of the approximately 3,500 Taurus vehicles on the road right now, there are 13 of them that are equipped with IVSS, and they have an average of 12 crashes per year,” he says. “The 14 crashes include 31 injuries and one fatality, and these impacts come with an IED on the scene at least 15 percent of the time.”

“All of this is fairly typical of a light truck fleet, or a light van and SUV fleet. So it’s a

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