Topic: Data

2020 Data Empowerment Report

November 25, 2020
Download a report on how organizations from across the nonprofit sector collect and manage data and the policies they have in place to secure it.

Cloud Computing for Nonprofits

February 26, 2020
Is moving to the cloud right for you? Do you know what questions to ask to make an informed decision? Our handy guide explains what you need to know.

A crisis in data leadership

October 28, 2019
Many nonprofits are double-counting their website analytics. Learn why this is a leadership issue and how you can prevent the collection of bad data.

Cybersecurity Essentials for Philanthropy

October 16, 2019
NTEN, TAG, and Tech Impact call on foundations to actively partner with grantees to fund and enable cybersecurity.

The Opportunity of Collaborative Benchmarking

August 2, 2019
NTEN and partners the Blackbaud Institute and NetHope help you lay a foundation for benchmarking your organization against your peers. Read on to learn why it's important for our sector to collaborate.

Creating an online tool to strengthen offline communities

June 11, 2019
What's the connection between technology and food? This case study from Bainum Family Foundation’s Food Security Initiative illustrates how technology can address information gaps.

Spring cleaning your CRM

April 17, 2019
Unreliable data can negatively affect your decision making, relationships with funders, and abilities to reach your goals. Get tips on creating your data management plan. 

How to collect donor data without being annoying

February 27, 2019
Our February blog theme "For the love of data" closes out with this article on nuisance-free ways nonprofits can collect information from donors.

Make analytics useful by making them noticeable

February 14, 2019
Need help promoting a data-driven approach at your organization? Making the data easier to access is a key first step.

For stronger fundraising, invest in data stewardship

February 12, 2019
Need to improve your donor data? Avoid the trending buzzwords, and go back to the basics with data stewardship.