17a-4’s COVID-19 response offers monitoring of chats and Tweets for Schools, Hospitals and State and Local Governments using Flow and DataParser

To respond to the COVID-19 pandemic, 17a-4 has multiple services available for clients. Twitter Flows can help clients monitor Tweets and DataParser can be used to collect internal and external chats related to COVID-19 communications.

Millbrook, NY –17a-4, LLC is sharing a free Twitter capture service to clients that need monitor COVID-19 communications.  Using Microsoft’s Power Automate Flows, Tweets can be collected and sent via email or delivered to a SharePoint Online library for review.  Compliance policies can then be applied so clients can monitor ongoing activity, including retweets. DataParser is also available to collect supported interfaces that may be rolling out to an ever-increasing remote workforce.

“Twitter has become an important tool for emergency services and news updates. The Flows we offer can help clients that need to collect Tweets for monitoring or compliance regulations.” offers Douglas Weeden, Director of Compliance Services at 17a-4 LLC. “As well, DataParser is our leading software that collects messaging and we’ve seen a marked increase in client requests as more users are working remotely with online meeting and chat systems.”

As COVID-19 spreads, firms are asking employees to remain home and to use systems like Microsoft Teams and Slack for work communications.  DataParser provides capture software to archive Teams, Slack and many other types of messaging and collaborative content.  The Twitter Flow service also provides an easy means for Tweets from a specific handle to be either captured into a SharePoint Online library or converted into an email which then may be easily monitored and archived in accordance with appropriate regulations.

To request more information or a free trial contact Sales@17a-4.com.