This session is geared towards small to medium sized organisations (under 75 staff), where you may be an IT professional or an accidental techie who has to wear more than one hat and juggle tech responsibilities with others while trying to keep your workload focused on the mission.
Technology is moving so fast that what’s the norm today is old school by tomorrow. By thinking outside the box, embracing new emerging technologies and changing the way ICT is thought about within the organisation, it is possible to reduce the costs and risks for your organisation, as well as give your staff the technology and freedom to do their jobs better.
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Planning your technology is an important step when it comes to your nonprofit. John Kenyon, a highly-respected nonprofit technology educator and strategist explains why.
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