Knocking Cyber Security Threats Out For The Count, Part Two

Welcome to Part Two of “Knocking Cyber Security Threats Out For The Count.”  As I stated in Part One, there is an increasing trend of the hacking of organizations and businesses.  This is a rather critical and dire state of affairs.

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Knocking Cyber Security Threats Out For The Count, Part One

As you may be aware, the hacking of organizations and businesses is on the rise.  This trend is both serious…and alarming.

Without a doubt, this is dire news.  And, nonprofit organizations are not exempt by any means.  Each and every day, nonprofits handle reams of sensitive data, including confidential emails, client records and donor information. 

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“Better Living” Through Information Technology (IT)

         In order for an organization and this includes the nonprofit--to run smoothly and to be effective, it must satisfy certain crucial Information Technology (IT) goals and objectives.  One is to eliminate its IT pains, thereby maximizing results.    This gives staff peace of mind, which is invaluable.  And just as importantly, the organization must ensure that its IT needs are properly aligned with those particular goals and objectives. 

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Nonprofits and the Cloud: A “Marriage” that Makes Sense

Last year, I wrote a blog post entitled, “The Cloud is Not as Amorphous as You May Think.”  As you may be aware, cloud computing is the next state in the Internet’s evolution.  Therefore, I've decided to do a follow-up about how nonprofits can greatly benefit from “becoming one with the cloud,” so to speak.

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2015’s Top Ten Tech Trends

     Well, it’s a brand new year!  And for the information technology (IT) industry, 2015 brings with it even more winds of change.  Translation:  another pivotal year for the industry.

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