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Nonprofits & Cloud Computing: Tools, Services, and Opportunities in the Cloud for Operations and Programs
Cost: Free for Everyone!
05/21/2012 11:00 am
05/21/2012 12:30 pm
It’s easy to get caught up in how the cloud can help us communicate or fundraise, but some of the most useful cloud tools can help us manage our operations and deliver our programs more efficiently. This webinar will discuss some of the most popular cloud-based tools that support operations and programs by allowing us to collaborate across distances, manage and share documents in a central location, manage our constituents, and store or back-up files so we can access them anywhere at anytime as long as internet is available. We’ll explore you how these tools can be used and talk about their strengths and weaknesses. Tools covered include: Box.net, Cloud Drive, Dropbox, Google Docs, Office 365, and iBackup.
Other webinars in this series include:
- May 7 - Fundraising Tools, Services & Opportunities in the Cloud
- May 14 - Communication Tools, Services & Opportunities in the Cloud
About the Presenter
Matthew Eshleman, Director of Professional Network Services, CITI
As the Director of Community IT Innovators’ Professional Services group Matthew Eshleman helps to identify and shape the company’s strategy in assessing and recommending technology solutions to a wide variety of non-profit organizations. With over 10 years of experience in advanced network engineering and infrastructure design, he fundamentally understands how technology works and is able to blend both traditional and cloud technologies into practical IT solutions. Matt has dual degrees in CS and CIS and an MBA from the Carey School of Business at Johns Hopkins University. He lives in Baltimore MD with his beautiful wife and 2 year old daughter. When not at work you may find him singing with the Baltimore Choral Arts Society or brewing a hoppy IPA.