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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.

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  • Community IT’s considerable non-profit experience and information technology vision helped Communities in Schools to make future-thinking decisions that will continue to produce ROI well into the future.

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Latest Resource

Webinar: January 22, 2015 – A Look Back, A Look Ahead at Nonprofit Technology

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The technology sector continued its pace of rapid change in 2014, a trend that will only continue as we head into 2015. How is the technology landscape changing? What impact will this have on nonprofit organizations? How can your organization approach these changes in a way that is appropriate and effective? Join Community IT Innovators' President Johan Hammerstrom and Chief Technology Officer Matthew Eshlemen as they provide a broad overview of the changes that are having the greatest impact on nonprofits.

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Latest Blog Post

Threat Alert: WireLurker

Last week, Palo Alto Networks reported the discovery of new malware that targets iOS and OS X, the operating systems used by Apple’s iPhone, iPad and Mac devices. Historically, malware and viruses have been directed at Microsoft Windows and its 90% install base. The growing use of Apple devices will start to put them at greater risk. WireLurker is likely the first of what will be a growing array of malware targeting iOS and OS X. We may look back on it as the canary in the coal mine for end users and IT administrators alike.

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