Community IT Innovators May 2017 News
For the first time we have presented a follow-up webinar for a deeper dive on the previous webinar. There were so many questions and such interest in Single Sign On (SSO) as a security tool for managing multiple cloud application accounts in our March Security webinar that Matt Eshleman decided to address it solo in April.
If you missed it, the slides and recording can found on our website.
As concerns about the evolving threat landscape grow, we are getting more questions about password management solutions. It is our position that Single Sign On (SSO) represents a more comprehensive and appropriate approach for organizations than password managers. Please take a look at the webinar to learn more, or feel free to contact us directly.
Next Webinar: Successful Nonprofit Technology Change Management with Build Consulting
Peter Mirus of Build Consulting will present a powerful framework for implementing nonprofit technology change management. Most technology projects have non-technological goals – but to reach those goals, not only must the technology improve, but the habits and behaviors of system users must change.
Have you invested in new technology systems only to find that your colleagues have not adopted them?
Have you made changes to your systems or processes only to find that people revert to old ways of doing business?
Have you heard of “change management” but feel unclear on what it is or how to perform it?
Join Peter Wednesday May 17th from 4-4:30 to learn best practices for ensuring your technology project succeeds in changing people’s habits.
This webinar is appropriate for nonprofit executives, managers and nonprofit IT personnel. We welcome and encourage audience participation and love the chance to address practical and timely nonprofit technology situations in our monthly webinars.
17NTC Collaborative Notes
If you missed the 17NTC you don’t have to have missed all the awesome resources that were shared. NTEN has posted the collaborative notes here. Tracks included a ton of sessions on social media, fundraising, IT at nonprofits, leadership, security – and most of the notes and slides can be found here, with contact information for the presenters.
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