I recently presented at the 2013 Emergency Preparedness and Hazmat Response Conference in Baltimore. Here is a link to access the presentation (apologies for the large download):
Since maps have been printed out on the EOC walls, GIS has played a large role within the Emergency Operations Center. In this workshop we will review some of the latest trends of how technology, GIS in particular, is adapting to better help the Emergency Manager in today’s EOC. We will also provide you with actionable steps for adopting mobile devices, for organizing GIS data before an event, and in selecting new cloud-based applications coming out in today’s market.
Resource List included some Esri training:
NAPSG Standard Operation Guide