Tech Impact’s mission is to empower communities and nonprofits to use technology to better serve our world. That’s why in 2016 we’re committed to visiting 10 cities across the United States to spread the word about the latest in low-cost tech trends for nonprofits.
Watch out, Omaha and Tulsa nonprofits, there’s a cost savings storm headed your way at the end of this month.
The cloud alleviates safety concerns that have historically haunted nonprofits and businesses of all sizes. The physical loss of data, documents and information through fires, burglary, or incidental destruction of hard drives is completely eliminated with the use of the cloud.
One of the biggest complaints employees of nonprofit (and for-profits, for that matter) organizations have is the lack of transparency between management and the employees. They often feel out of the loop, closed off from what’s happening “behind closed doors” in the conference room, or the corner office.
One of the best ways to combat this is by spending time with your employees. Whether it be during the work day, or at events outside of normal work hours. It is important that your nonprofit's leadership core is involved not only when their management skills are needed, but for when their people skills are needed, too.
When it comes to content creation, writers know that non-profits gain their credibility with strong writing and lose it with weak content. With well written, authoritative writing comes trust and with trust comes grants, donations, volunteers and customers, all which mark the success of a non-profit.
To optimize your writing and keep the credibility of your non-profit, avoid these four writing mishaps at all costs.
Cloud technology, since its inception, has done nothing but grow and become more reliable. Put very plainly, the cloud is an internet based computing system that uses the internet to service your organizations computing needs on the fly.
The cloud continues to impact nonprofits in unimaginable ways. Whether enabling employees to collaborate across the world, or streamlining an organizations file management system, the cloud has forever impacted the way we work.
Here are 5 ways the cloud can not only help your nonprofit, but feel like it is working for your nonprofit.
How has the cloud helped your nonprofit? Let us know in the comment section below.