As if 2020 wasn’t hard enough, now cyberattack records are being shattered nationwide. Covid has given cybercriminals an endless buffet of cyber-based ammo and unfortunately, nonprofits are low hanging fruit.
Guest Post: RESULTS Technology
These database vendors work with nonprofits every day to find solutions to their biggest technology problems, so we tapped into their experience and knowledge to find out what nonprofits should consider when making database change.
Jen Newell, Events Manager
There has been a buzz lately about Constituent Relationship Management (CRM) systems and many nonprofits want more information on the benefits of using them in their organizations.
Guest Post: Kim Foster
In the last six months, three local organizations have been attacked by a type of malware that encrypts and holds your server data for ransom. Thad O'Brien, Chief Technology Officer at IDEOLITY shares how to protect your organization's data and avoid this scam. Remember the good old days when computer malware was annoying but benign? Sorry, there was no such time. Malware can be annoying, but it's never benign--at the least, it imposes a significant lost-time, lost-productivity toll. At its worst, malware
When I have spoken about this topic with nonprofits it seems to get their attention more than other topics like lost donations from using a PC form for a mobile donor. The topic of which I speak is one I’ve blogged about here and it’s the Google search rank change that goes into effect on April 21 2015. As a refresher, if your primary web domain does not have a “mobile-friendly” version per Google’s mobile search bot software program your domain will get demoted in search rank.