Locking Down Your Email With Encryption

I met Matt Eshleman, Chief Technology Officer at Community IT, at NTC 2018 in New Orleans. After sitting through his session, I asked if he'd be willing to answer a few questions for our blog, and he graciously agreed. Thanks for taking the time to respond to our questions, Matt!
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Your Email Is Not a Knowledge Management Solution!

After six years with Idealware, I finally used up the last of the storage space in my Gmail account. Digging through years of archived messages, I kept asking myself, “Why the heck did I keep that!” What was I planning on doing with 3,000 digests from Progressive Exchange?
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Tip of the Day: Getting Started with Broadcast Email

Editor's note: All this month we're publishing tech tips for nonprofits. Keep a look out for a new tip each day and let us know what you think in the comments. -Dan 
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File This Under Productivity

There are few things I like better than an empty email inbox. A while back, I learned a trick from Akilah Massey of Exponent Philanthropy that is helping me to enjoy that empty inbox state a bit more often. Inspired by a Lifehacker post that claims email folders may decrease productivity, she cut ...
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Don’t Place Too Much Emphasis On Email Statistics When Evaluating Engagement

  When nonprofits examine the impact of their online activity, they often look at email statistics like message open and click through rates. They can be valuable pieces of information when used correctly, but it is also easy to place too much emphasis on the information when scrutinizing your ...
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5 Email Tips To Inspire Millennials

Did you know Millennials (1980s - 2000s) prefer to receive email from nonprofits over their smartphones versus social media? According to Achieve, nonprofits are missing great opportunities to engage donors via email. The problem: nonprofits aren't "inspiring" action with lengthy, wordy newsletters ...
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Email is Here to Stay

Every year for the past decade, some internet writer looking to make a splash writes why he or she thinks email is dead. Whether it’s RSS, instant messaging, or the smartphone, each new application seems to spell the end of email.
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Google Adds 'Undo Send' Feature

What Google announced today is actually more of a delay send feature, but it's the kind of thing that could save you from accidentally sending a message to your boss that was meant for your mom.
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Jump Start Nonprofit Email Marketing With 5 Quick Tips

Image courtesy of arealchange.com Your nonprofit sends out emails to either donors, constituents, members, employees, subscribers, or all of the above. As technology changes, so do the needs of this method of communication that’s as old as the internet. Here are a few tips to help your nonprofit’s ...
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