Cloud computing concepts aren't complicated, and your organization has probably already implemented or contracted with a cloud service in these trending categories. To better understand how nonprofits are using the cloud and where cloud computing is heading, join us June 21st when Johan will review the latest strategies.
Links to the slides and YouTube recording of May's webinar from our partners at Build Consulting on Successful Nonprofit Technology Change Management including a framework for thinking about change at your organization.
Community IT continues to make security a top priority in 2017. If you are not a Community IT Innovators client, the WannaCrypt Ransomeware Virus outbreak provides an opportunity to review security recommendations with your staff.
The slides for SSO (Single Sign On) April Webinar are posted - Single Sign On (SSO) represents a more comprehensive and appropriate approach for organizations than password managers, and we encourage you to check out our resources or contact us to learn more.
If you missed Matt Eshleman's April webinar on Single Sign On (SSO) technologies and why you may want to use SSO at your nonprofit, you can catch up on the slides and recording here. From your staff member’s standpoint, an SSO adds convenience and security. Matt compares the pros and cons of Microsoft Office 365 and Okta, which both have nonprofit pricing.
Peter Gross of Build Consulting will present a powerful framework to address the challenge of implementing nonprofit technology change management projects for impact. Most technology projects have non-technological goals - but to reach those goals, not only must the technology improve, but the habits and behaviors of system users must change.
If you missed the 17NTC last week in Washington you don't have to have missed all the awesome resources that were shared. NTEN has posted the collaborative notes here. Tracks included a ton of sessions on social media, fundraising, IT at nonprofits, leadership, security - and most of the notes and slides can be found here, with contact information for the presenters.
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