I’ve heard from a couple of clients and seen a pop-up phishing attempt on their computers recently. A pop-up will appear that warns people their computer has been compromised. This pop-up can be hard to close, so here's how.
In a world that has become eager for new technology solutions, there is a very real danger in rolling out too soon. This is just as true for a new system in an organizatIon as it is for cutting edge technology.
I was catching up on my reading during a recent trip to Dallas and Austin and came across this fantastic guide from Peter Campbell. It is truly required reading for any nonprofit leader. Read this before embarking on, while in the midst of, or just while thinking about technology initiatives.
There is no conference quite like the NTC (Nonprofit Technology Conference). Despite it's growing size (setting a new non-DC record of 1900+ attendees this year) it remains close knit and communal in feeling. I was quite heartened by what I experienced and learned at 15NTC this year and look forward to next year's meeting in San Jose.
“Community IT has been an integral part of furthering our mission, and their reliable tech support and advice has allowed us to incorporate technology into our programs, and focus on what is
most important to us – providing high quality health care to those most in need.”
“Community IT puts a very high value on customer service. Their staff is highly qualified, and takes their jobs very seriously. We have no other vendor that treats us so well. I would not hesitate to recommend Community IT to friends and colleagues, and have done so in the past.”
Sisters of Mercy
“By outsourcing to Community IT, we have been able to stay focused on our mission without getting bogged down in an area that is outside our core business. I was skeptical of outsourcing at first, but it has been a very positive improvement for our entire organization.”
“I serve as the liaison between our organization and Community IT. Their staff at all levels are engaged as well as pro-active, reliable and resolve issues in a timely manner. Community IT provides us with monitoring software that is always running to make sure everything is working smoothly.