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George van Rooyen

George van Rooyen

George van Rooyen is a Content Marketing Specialist at Pagefreezer.

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How Should Government Agencies (Really) Use Social Media?

As we’ve written before, there are many great reasons why government agencies should be on social media. Whether it’s issuing critical updates, promoting valuable initiatives, sharing wins, or humanizing an organization, government agencies can benefit a lot from social media. 

Beyond the Desk: Diego Marchi

Diego Marchi was one of the earliest full-time employees of PageFreezer and started out as a software developer. These days, he’s the Manager of Software Development, helping our developers expand and refine the PageFreezer platform. We spoke to him about his role, the culture at PageFreezer, and the sort of person that generally fits in well with the dev team. 

Beyond the Desk: Prescott Dapila

Meet Prescott. Like Janet from our previous Beyond the Desk interview, he’s one of PageFreezer's Sales Development Representatives (SDRs) who works with the sales team. We asked him some questions about his time at PageFreezer, and learned what he loves to do when he’s not in the office.

How Fire Departments Should Use Social Media

Like Police Departments and other government agencies, Fire Departments should be active on social media. In order to help facilitate this, the Firefighters Support Foundation (FSF) recently released a great new training program titled Social Media for Fire Departments. The training is provided by Ron Morgan (@morganrp), a firefighter and communications professional who has acted as the social media director for a number of public safety organizations. 

9 Reasons Government Agencies Should Be on Social Media

For government organizations, social media can seem like a risky proposition. What if an employee posts something inappropriate that ends up embarrassing the agency? And what about those crude and inappropriate comments that public-sector Facebook pages and Twitter account are almost sure to attract?

The FCA on Social Media and Website Content

When it comes to regulations in Europe, transborder legislation like the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID) II tend to get most of the attention.

What Social Media Can Tell Us About a City

Social media has transformed how government organizations and public information officers (PIOs) communicate with the people of a city. Giant platforms like Facebook and Twitter, as well as more niche government solutions like Nixle and Nextdoor, have made it possible to quickly share information, expand citizen engagement, and improve emergency response.

Beyond the Desk: Janet Wong

Meet Janet, one of PageFreezer's Sales Development Representatives (SDRs). She works closely with the Account Executives to help achieve the company's revenue goals for the year. Get to know her a little better in this Beyond the Desk Interview:

PageFreezer Achieves ISO 27001 Certification

We're extremely excited to announce that PageFreezer has earned ISO 27001:2013 certification. ISO 27001:2013 is an information security standard published by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) and the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC), which specifies an information security management system (ISMS) aimed at gaining greater control over data security.

PageFreezer Adds Enterprise-Level Security Features

PageFreezer recently added a host of enterprise-level security features to our suite of products. The new enterprise-level security features were designed to empower our customers with even greater control over how and by who archived data is accessed. These advanced security features consist of two-factor authentication (2FA), password policy management, concurrent login management, and IP whitelisting.

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