For most nonprofits, the availability of excess financial resources are scarce. On the surface, it may seem like an afterthought that investing in technology is the best way to allocate resources. Especially when using that using that money could go to directly serving your mission. But transitioning to the cloud allows your team to become more flexible, efficient, and collaborative. Did we also mention that we ensure that nonprofits receive every software and product discount available. Remember that opportunity loss is a cost of not implementing technology as well. Successfully integrating into the cloud, saves time and service maintenance too, and has been shown to reduce costs by up to 50%. Below are things to keep in mind when transitioning to the cloud.
University City is the new home to Microsoft’s latest Reactor center; this makes Philadelphia the third city to welcome Microsoft’s base for collaboration, now joining both New York and San Francisco. As part of the University City Science Center, the Reactor is essentially a science resource center for all things tech and beyond.
According to MIT Technology Review, roughly 0.5 percent of digital data is analyzed, which means, nonprofits are losing millions of opportunities to make smart decisions, improve efficiency, & attract new donors and volunteers. The reason is simple; they are not leveraging the potential offered by data analytics.
Nonprofit employees often have to wear many hats. Recruiting volunteers and new employees is both time consuming and often overlooked and underutilized. Using cloud computing IT to automize processes can be the answer to your recruitment problems.
Cloud computing has becomes a popular topic in the nonprofit sector. Maintaining out-of-date technology is both costly and time consuming. More and more nonprofits have been adopting a cloud first strategy to reduce costs and increase productivity.
A cloud focused software strategy has become essential for the success of nonprofits. Microsoft cloud solutions reduce hosting, equipment, licensing and labor costs. Empowering your nonprofit with technology to better serve our world.
IT job numbers grew in July, but not as fast as they did during the rest of 2016. Yet big data and cloud trends will continue to drive job growth going forward, according to CompTIA researchers. A new report from CompTIA that analyzes some of this job growth attributes the trend to growing tech areas such as big data and cloud computing.