PR nightmares that were disasters waiting to happen

The issue is not that companies have communications disasters to deal with -- it's that they have a moral bankruptcy that led to the gaffes, and it could have been avoided: It's called human decency.
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Samantha Leggat, principal of Lighthouse PR, has managed the communications and public relations and marketing communications programs for highly respected industry organizations, including Network World, INTEROP, Digital World and other Softbank events and consulted for such leaders as Cloudwick, Extreme Networks, Gigamon, GridGain, Lantronix, PBworks, Perfigo (now Cisco), Riverhead (now Cisco), ServGate, ShoreTel, Symphoniq, Troika Networks, ZappoTV, and more.

Samantha has written hundreds of customer case studies and ghostwritten dozens of articles. She loves telling technology stories, highlighting the benefits of features to varied audiences to ensure accurate message delivery and amplification. Tech specialties include big data, cloud, collaboration solutions, data center, Internet security, mobility, network security, networking, telecommunications, Unified communications, Voice over IP, web analytics, web apps, and more.

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