In today's digital age, your nonprofit may be seeing hundreds if not thousands of pieces of data a day. Yet roughly 0.5 percent of digital data is being collected and analyzed. Meaning nonprofits are loosing opportunities to; make smart decisions, improve efficiency, and attract new donors and volunteers. For nonprofits to leverage their data they will have to invest in both the people and technologies. Below are the top jobs nonprofits to fill those needs.
Data teams and IT teams are the original partners. In the days of mainframes, those defined as guardians of digitized information were called DP (Data Processing). Today, your nonprofit could be seeing hundreds to thousands of data points daily.
There’s no denying that some of that information could be used by your organization, and you don’t need to be a statistics major to take advantage of it. Here are some things that can help you understand how your nonprofit can use data for good.
The Microsoft Office blog released their monthly post highlighting updates to OneDrive, the Activity feed within the Office apps, Lens and more. Below are the key points Microsoft Office 365 for Nonprofits users can take away.
Want to forward your office phone to your mobile phone? Want to reduce your nonprofit's phone costs? "Cut the cord" and join us next Wednesday, Feb. 8th at 2pm est. for a webinar covering cloud based phone systems. Below are some questions you might ask yourself if you are considering making the switch.
Established in 1907, MJHS Health System (MJHS) has grown into one of the largest not-for-profit health systems in greater New York. One of the biggest challenges they face is to ensure that the values of a nearly 110-year-old healthcare provider are reflected in the 21st-century technology they use. With Microsoft Office 365 cloud-based tools, employees are productive in today’s digital world, while still preserving the innovative, culturally sensitive healthcare services that are part of its history.
In today's digital age; technology, location and time zones should not be a barrier to productivity. Technology that promotes collaboration and the sharing of ideas are crucial to fostering talent and expanding social good.
NGA Human Resources (NGA HR), uses Microsoft Office 365's collaboration tools to make HR (human resources) work better. They help organizations pioneer digital HR, master payroll, ensure compliance, unlock workforce data, and deliver best-in-class HR operations.
With Microsoft Azure nonprofits no longer have to have an in house server, along with the headaches that come from fixing and maintaining it. Microsoft automatically scales the compute resources used by Azure Functions, and you’re billed for only the resources you work with.
The MIKE program, is a small nonprofit based in Portland, Oregon, which uses mentorships to empower youth to make better health choices. It's outdated IT system though, prevented the MIKE program the ability to reach it's full potential by consuming precious staff time and slowing workflow. With Office 365's new collaboration and accessability features, the cloud computing software has revolutionized the nonprofit’s day-to-day work.