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Nonprofit Technology Return on Investment – What Is ROI?

Categories: Tech Assessments and Technology Management

How does my organization recognize the many tangible, financial, and intangible benefits to better justify IT projects that often seem to be costly both in time and budget? Can we use ROI projections to help our decision making process on those investments up front? Is ROI more than just an educated guess? This article by Peter Campbell addresses these questions and can help guide your IT project management.

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Building an Effective IT Department: Slides & Recording Links

Categories: Blog

If you missed the July free webinar on Building an Effective Nonprofit IT Department you can catch up with the slides and recording. In this webinar Community IT Innovators President and CEO Johan Hammerstrom presents how to effectively integrate your IT staff into the rest of your organization, what functions can be effectively outsourced, and which must remain in-house.

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July 2016 News

Categories: President's Corner

This quarter we will be focusing on IT Management at nonprofit organizations. Throughout the quarter we will be hosting webinars and posting to our blog on this topic; and sharing our experience and insight into managing technology at nonprofit organizations.

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Alternatives to SharePoint: Webinar June 16 from 4-5pm EDT

Categories: Blog

Have you wondered what the differences were between Box and Dropbox? What about Google Drive? What would work best for your organization? Thursday June 16th Johanny Torrico and Steve Longenecker will walk through what to expect from these systems, how to frame the decision for your organization, and whether you would benefit from SharePoint, one of the alternatives, or sticking with an on-premise file server.

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SharePoint FAQs

Categories: Storing Data

With all the questions on SharePoint and cloud file storage coming in this quarter, Steve and Johanny thought it was an ideal time to update a series of FAQ blog posts they did about SharePoint.

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