Reports Archive

Category: Technology Management

State of Nonprofit Cybersecurity report 2018

NOVEMBER 2018 | Sponsored By: Microsoft
Nonprofits recognize the need for good cybersecurity, and there is some progress being made towards greater safety for nonprofits and their clients. However, some training and policy deficits remain.

2018 State of the Nonprofit Cloud

AUGUST 2018 | Sponsored By: Microsoft
Nonprofit organizations are embracing cloud technologies to help them serve their constituents and connect their services and staff. But there are still some roadblocks.

Tech Accelerate

OCTOBER 2017 | Sponsored By: The Forbes Funds
Created by NTEN in partnership with The Forbes Funds, Tech Accelerate puts a decade of data and evaluation into a simple-to-use assessment, report, and benchmarking tool for the nonprofit sector.

2017 Nonprofit Technology Staffing and Investments Report

MAY 2017
Find out how other nonprofits are investing in technology staff, hardware and services and see how they compare to yours.

State of the Nonprofit Cloud

FEBRUARY 2016
At the end of 2015, we partnered with Microsoft Philanthropies to conduct a round of research to get a better sense of the cloud services being used by nonprofits; fears or struggles around using the cloud; and plans for potential expansion.

2015 NTEN Community Survey Report

NOVEMBER 2015
Every year, NTEN conducts an annual Community Survey to find out more about the individuals and organizations in the NTEN Community. Our annual Community Survey is one way we listen to your needs and experiences to inform our work.

2015 Digital Adoption Report

JULY 2015 | Partners: Mobile Citizen
How do organizations keep staff connected? This report provides benchmarks and qualitative data about online technology and digital inclusion efforts among nonprofits and the communities that they serve.

2013 Consumers Guide to Low Cost Donor Management Systems

OCTOBER 2013 | Partners: Idealware
Fully updated for 2013 and including all-new reviews and new products, this detailed, impartial report walks through the features that might be useful, summarizes and compares 36 different donor management systems that cost $10,500 or less in the first year, and provides detailed reviews of 11 of them.