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Last week Tech Impact participated in the annual Nonprofit Technology Conference in Minneapolis. They released a new video to explain the benefits of cloud computing, and several members led discussions on various issues affecting today’s nonprofit technology world.
Tech Impact was also there to discuss topics like Office 365, virtual desktop infrastructure, and the benefits of LinkedIn.
If you missed out on the fun, a new post from Socialbrite runs through all the highlights and discusses the conference’s most popular topics. Industry leaders gathered to examine the biggest technology-related issues facing nonprofits, including the use of data, networking, and email and social media campaigns.
If you weren’t able to make it to the conference, or just want to reexamine some of your favorite topics, check out Socialbrite’s post.