For some it may come as a shock that being a data-driven organization might mean allowing members of your org to access more data.. and of all kinds: the good, the bad, and the in between. If you're one of the higher-ups in your nonprofit, the sooner you come to the realization that this (although scary) will empower your employees, the better. An article by Scot Chisolm, CEO of StayClassy, discusses the importance of this among two other Steps to Make Your Nonprofit More Data Driven.
You may have seen news reports or Internet articles about the recent “Meltdown” and “Spectre” vulnerabilities that were first reported on Wednesday, January 3rd. The whole tech world is worked up about it and it is all over the Internet. Let’s take a moment and understand how this impacts the nonprofit community and you.
No matter what industry you are in, security is important. When you are running a nonprofit organization, knowing the importance of computer & network security is vital to your success. How you handle your base of donors, vital client information, and sensitive records, all matters when it comes to your nonprofit. If your network isn't secure, your data can be breached.
Securing productivity, collaboration and enterprise data is critically important as organizations digitally transform. Today’s cloud and mobile technology is enabling companies to reshape their business and capitalize on the digital transformation impacting us all.
Heartbleed, a recently discovered bug in the software responsible for securing web communications, may have left nearly 70 percent of the Internet vulnerable to eavesdropping over the past two years. Here’s what you need to know about the Heartbleed bug, and what you can do to keep your organization’s data safe.