Nonprofit Tech at Its Best: Tech Forward Conference 2019

The Crescent City was the perfect backdrop for hosting 200 passionate, nonprofit professionals for three days of speakers, workshops, networking, and parties. The goal of Tech Forward is twofold: to inspire nonprofits to learn how to leverage mission focused technology, and to connect them to peers ...
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It's Time For Important Microsoft Upgrades

If your nonprofit has been holding off on making important Microsoft updates, now is the time to act. All Office 2013 clients that connect to commercial Office 365 services will not be supported after October 12, 2020. Additionally, support for Windows 7 will end on January 14, 2020. Making needed ...
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4 Reasons Nonprofits Outsource IT

Help Desk - Managed IT Services provide nonprofits with the power of a fully staffed IT team so the organization can stay focused on its mission rather than its technology. However, nonprofits are sometimes hesitant to devote much, if any, of its budget to technology. This can lead to unexpected ...
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New Security Measures Coming to Office 365

Last week Microsoft released some important new baseline Conditional Access policies—predefined rulesets that protect organizations against common digital attacks—that stand to significantly increase the security of any organization using Office 365 for Nonprofits. The functionality provided by ...
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Why You Can't Afford To Miss Tech Forward

Professional development opportunities are important to any nonprofit professional, however we understand that time and money are tight for such expenditures. That's why we created an intimate conference with impactful content, meaningful networking opportunities and follow-up workshops to help you ...
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Should I Fix My Old Computer Or Buy New?

We’ve all been there – weighing the cost/benefit of repairing an aging computer or buying a brand-new machine. The typical rule-of-thumb is desktop computers should be replaced every five years and laptops every three to four years. However, as a nonprofit, we understand the tendency to make ...
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How Nonprofits Can Test New Ideas Without New Funding

Working in the nonprofit sector often feels like swimming upstream – limited resources and limits to grants often get in the way of innovation. That’s why we’re excited about the prospect of Design Thinking as a tool to furnish innovation. While the for-profit sector has more money to sink into ...
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Alert: Google Chrome and Windows 7 Vulnerability

WHAT'S GOING ON?  On Wednesday February 27th, Google reported two zero-day exploits involving both Microsoft Windows and Google Chrome. The two exploits would most likely be used in tandem to potentially compromise one's system.
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