If you missed our presentation on our methodology for nonprofit managers who need to manage an IT project, you can find the slides and recording here. This webinar talks about discovering your business needs and linking them to IT initiatives, and how to plan to gather metrics and demonstrate ROI. We address roles and responsibilities, planning, implementation, follow up, and tips for success. We touch on how to hire consultants and vet vendors.
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.
The recording of this online panel is available free to NTEN members. Community IT Innovators' own Johanny Torrico participated in an NTEN online panel discussion in August 2016 on security threats you may be overlooking at your organization.
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.
In conjunction with Johan's webinar this week on building an effective IT department at your nonprofit, I'm sharing the most recent NTEN 9th Annual Nonprofit Technology Staffing and Investments Report published last August.
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.
This quarter we are turning our attention to IT Management at nonprofits, and sharing some of our experience and insight into how our community manages technology at nonprofit organizations. To start I'd like to share this short description of the rewards of working in nonprofit technology from a post our friend Peter Campbell wrote for the NTEN blog in December.
The MSP 501 list recognizes top managed service providers based on metrics including recurring revenue, growth and other factors. The top MSP 501 companies ranked this year include organizations from around the world and from diverse technology and business backgrounds.
If you missed the last webinar on alternatives to SharePoint you can see the slides and recording here. In this webinar Steve Longenecker and Johanny Torrico examine several alternatives to SharePoint including Dropbox, Box, and Google Drive specifically.
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.
“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.