What’s New in Windows 8?
Windows 8 is Here
Tactical technology planning
This is a recap from a presentation at the Canadian Council for Christian Charities' 2012 conference in Vancouver, given by Holly Ross from NTEN (based on resources from Idealware).
How do you know whether your technology investments are worthwhile? A good technology plan will help keep you in line with your organization's strategic goals. This blog will walk through the main steps involved in creating a tactical tech plan for your organization.
Shared Lessons from the Web of Change - It's all about Engagement
Trying to make the world a better place? Trying to create that one campaign that will "go viral"? How is that working for you? Online petitions, tweet chats, memes, facebook - we’ve all seen how these tools can connect people to causes and the amazing social change that can result. But it’s not easy cutting through the clutter.
Too Many Tools, Too Little Time: Choosing the Right Tools for Your Needs
The Revolution Will Be Mobile - How to Build an App that People Will Actually Use
Note from Lori: This blog is a recap of Sam Dorman's session "The Revolution Will Be Mobile - How to Build an App that People Will Actually Use" presented at the Web of Change conference in September 2012. Building a mobile app from scratch doesn't make sense for most nonprofits, but if you are considering it (or any project where you are building new software), these are some important things to keep in mind.
Just In: Windows Server 2012 Essentials!
Microsoft has released the latest server edition of Windows. Windows Server enables a computer to manage file sharing, print sharing, and websites, and serves as a platform for running Exchange Server and SQL Server.
Redesign or Realign? Four things to consider to improve your website
By: Kristen Scott, TechSoup Canada Volunteer
New Research: Cloud Technology and the Nonprofit Community/La technologie du "cloud" et le secteur communautaire
In 2012, TechSoup Canada, in partnership with TechSoup Global, conducted a survey of non-profits, charities, NGOs and social benefit organizations around the world to better understand the current state of their technology infrastructure, plus their future plans for adopting cloud technologies. With more than 10,500 respondents in 88 countries, we’re pleased to add this data to our ever-evolving resources for non-profits, foundations, and those who support them.
The Mobile Landscape: Reaching Your Next Generation of Donors
By: Jonathan Grover, iNotForProfit
How to Maximize the Lifespan of Your Non-Profit’s Computer Equipment
By: David Malmborg, Dell Computers