May 2012: Nonprofits & Cloud Computing

Have Your Feet On The Ground When Looking At The Cloud

Submitted on Thu, 5/24/2012 - 10:32am
As your hardware grows old or you want more from your software, look into the cloud. It may save a lot of money and give your organization room to grow.
By Geri Stengel – President

The Cloud: Not As Airy As You Thought

Submitted on Wed, 5/23/2012 - 3:49pm
Cloud computing is really a boon to nonprofits because it significantly reduces upfront costs and allows for quick expansion of both capacity and applications.
By Geri Stengel – President

CRM is Exactly What Your Nonprofit Needs

Submitted on Wed, 5/23/2012 - 3:33pm
Salesforce implementations, just like any other implementations, have costs associated with it. But you know what?Not using technology also has a cost.
By Tal Frankfurt – Founder and CEO

What is the Value of the Cloud for CSOs in the Developing World?

Submitted on Thu, 5/17/2012 - 4:48pm
The Cloud is channelling the creativity of developers in the developing world despite the absence of sufficient infrastructure.
By Keisha Taylor – Communications Manager

Google Drive: Does It Matter?

Submitted on Mon, 5/14/2012 - 10:48am
Google Drive is still brand new and not without limitations, but its capabilities are pretty hard to ignore.
By TJ Rainsford – Chief Technology Officer

Developing a Cloud Migration Strategy, Part 2: Process, Costs & Things to Consider

Submitted on Thu, 5/10/2012 - 2:57pm
The promise of the cloud is that you don't have to worry about servers anymore. The reality of the cloud is that you have a lot of other things to think about.
By Matthew Eshleman – Director of Professional Network Services

Developing a Cloud Migration Strategy, Part 1: What Systems Can You Migrate?

Submitted on Wed, 5/9/2012 - 10:25am
While it may be tempting to move to the cloud because of your free 10 Salesforce licenses or free Google Apps account, it's critical to answer the question: Why migrate?
By Matthew Eshleman – Director of Professional Network Services

Do It Yourself Cloud Databases

Submitted on Thu, 5/3/2012 - 12:28pm
With a Cloud Platform, you can build a web application that will allow you to enter the exact data that is appropriate for your program, and then produce the exact reports, charts, emails and other output that you need.
By Eric Segal – President