Let me continue to tell the story of the exciting changes at Community IT this month and what we’ve done over the years to ensure that Community IT and its legacy of mission-focused nonprofit work survives long term.
July marks a significant transition for us at Community IT. July 11th Johan Hammerstrom will become CEO & President. Simultaneously, we’re merging Community IT’s Information Strategy Consulting practice with Build Consulting and I will join the new organization to continue providing this valuable service to the nonprofit sector.
For anyone who missed the FREE May webinar, Matt Eshleman and Steve Longenecker presented their experience at the MS Ignite conference in Chicago in May, focussing on the impact the upcoming updates will have on the nptech sector. The slides and recording are posted on our site.
For anyone not entirely familiar with Bitcoin and its implications on the world of technology, this is a must read post from Ben Thompson. In his usual way, he cuts through to the heart of what makes Bitcoin so revolutionary and important.
In somewhat unexpected, but not surprising, news on Tuesday Microsoft announced that it had acquired Wunderlist. For the unfamiliar, Wunderlist is a cloud based, list and task management service with apps for most operating systems (iOS, OS X, Android, Windows, etc).
In a security paper published in December 2014, Google outlined its plans to make all of its Corporate data available from anywhere on the public Internet. The shift would eliminate the distinction between the private corporate network (LAN) and the public network.
“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.