Two Questions Every IT Disaster Recovery Plan Should Answer

Disasters come in a variety of forms. While the word disaster initially conjures up mental images of hurricanes, tornadoes, and earthquakes, employee theft, phone system failure, and power outages are also types of disasters that can interrupt service to constituents. Whatever the scale of the ...
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Preparing For Data Disasters

Data. It’s what we call our powerpoint presentations, text documents and spreadsheets. It’s what we call photos from fundraising events, our nonprofit’s websites, and how we refer to almost all the information and materials we refer to and use on a daily basis.
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4 Ways To Assess Your Nonprofit's Data Protection Plan

You might think the most important thing at your nonprofit is your mission. But you're actually mistaken . The data your nonprofit produces every single day that comes in the form of spreadsheets, proposal documents, and databases filled with the contact information of your constituents is. And ...
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Preparing For Data Disasters

Data. It’s what we call our powerpoint presentations, text documents, and spreadsheets. It’s what we call photos from fundraising events, our nonprofit’s websites, and how we refer to almost all the information and digital materials we use on a daily basis.
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AidMatrix Using Innovative Tech To Aid Tornado Victims

  In the wake of yet another disaster, this time with unprecedentedly powerful tornadoes in Oklahoma, the power of tech-savvy nonprofits is once again on full display. Tech Impact’s valued partner AidMatrix is doing some great work optimizing relief efforts for the tornado’s victims by getting word ...
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Why Your Exchange Server Is a Time Bomb

Your Exchange Server may be slowly ticking its life away. When it does, it will take down your e-mail and set you back.
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