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Data & Relationship Management

Six Steps to Adopting Open-Source Software at Your Org

Practical ways to deploy and use open-source software

This article was adapted from TechSoup

By: NonProfit Open Source Initiative

August 16, 2006

A Few Good Association Management Tools

Tools to track, manage, and serve your your nonprofit’s members

By: Eric Leland and Kyle Andrei

August 8, 2011

Managing Relationships at Your Organization

May 16, 2011

By: Tierney Smith

A Few Good Tools: Low-Cost Constituent Databases

Affordable databases for a variety of needs

By: Laura S. Quinn

April 22, 2007

Usability and Maintainability

Guidelines for choosing a nonprofit database

By: Rich Cowan

April 26, 2002

Do You Need a New Donor Management System?

A step-by-step decision-making workbook

By: Laura S. Quinn, Andrea Berry, Chris Bernard, and Molly Ahearn

March 15, 2011

Data Warehousing For Nonprofits

By: Laura S. Quinn

October 12, 2009

Creating an Open-Source Desktop

Graham Freeman

August 21, 2006

Consider yourself new to open source? Chances are, you're probably less of a novice than you think.

When it comes to the servers that work tirelessly behind the scenes to bring you sites like Yahoo or Google News, open-source software plays a huge role. In fact, 60 percent of all sites run on the open-source Apache Web server software, according to the August 2006 Netcraft.com Web Server Survey.