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If you are looking for a trusted IT partner to outsource your IT department, supplement your in-house team, or provide you technology consulting services, we believe our expertise, proven approach, and focus on nonprofit technology make us a very strong choice.
We are a Washington, D.C. based IT consultancy providing technical staff and strategic technology support to nonprofit organizations. We commit to long-term, collaborative partnerships with our customers.
College Summit is “the nation’s largest nonprofit dedicated to transforming the lives of low-income youth by connecting them to college and career.” Working successfully with 40,000 high school students each year, College Summit uses custom curricula, data and technology to help low-income students get to and through college.
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The proliferation of online tools for e-marketing, social engagement, fundraising, team-raising, and event management have left everyone confused as to which product does what part of Nonprofit CRM well and how to integrate them effectively. Join Community IT Innovators for a FREE webinar on Nov. 20 where our nonprofit CRM experts-in-residence from build Consulting will discuss two recent announcements which have excited the nonprofit community and left us hopeful that perhaps both innovation and clarity might come to us soon: Blackbaud announced Raiser’s Edge NXT as its next generation of fundraising software and The Salesforce Foundation announced the formation of NGO Connect, a collection of apps on the Salesforce platform targeted for nonprofits.
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Another security vulnerability is in the news today. This time it’s dramatically called “SandWorm,” an allusion to a creature in the film DUNE. It’s an attack based on a Windows vulnerability that has been used by Russian based hackers to attack NATO, EU, Telecommunications and Energy related computer networks for digital espionage. The security firm iSightPartners identified this threat and worked with Microsoft on the security vulnerability.