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Social Software for Organizations is the first social networking site designed specially for the needs of member organizations and associations.  It is a hosted, web-administered system that requires no extra hardware or software.  Your organization can be up and running in just a few days.

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    Social networking for Membersprofiles, communities, discussions, blogs, wikis, calendars, instant messaging, text and video chat

    Tools for enhancing your Organizationon-line video meetings with shared screens and documents, collaboration, secure access, activities, events, expert and search tagging, document libraries, and language translation

    Organization to Organization coordinationsuper communities on related topics, aggregated searches, joint grant proposal collaboration, resource sharing, common document archives

Contact Cambridge to set-up your Organization spaceCreate an introductory community descriptionLink to your pages from your existing website is based on the same best-of-breed social software favored by millions of corporate users around the world.  New features and abilities are being added continuously. As part of the Cambridge Connections family of social sites, you’ll be among the first to have them available. tools are compatible with Microsoft Office and Outlook, Lotus Notes and a wide range of instant messaging systems, including Google, Yahoo, AOL and IM.  Features are available on compatible mobile devices supporting web access, including mobile phones and PDAs. is particularly adapted to use by patient advocacy organizations, their medical and service providers, their patient and family members.  These organizations are often widely dispersed, under funded and do not have the time or resources to adopt or administer new, rapidly changing technologies.

Further, many of the these organizations have similar interests in medical advances, insurance, provider information, events and treatments.  As well, most have affiliations with international chapters and umbrella advocacy groups.

Organizations who are members of partner umbrella organizations, such as the Genetic Alliance may be eligible for discounted or free services

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The Fabry Support and Information Group (FSIG) has over 1,400 members representing 50 states and 30 countries. It has recently adopted for its members and to conduct its Board meetings through on-line conferencing.

In addition, the Fabry International Network, comprising similar organizations in Europe, Asia and South America has created a Community for interactions between its member organizations.

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