With complex tools and lots of options, choosing a donor management system can be difficult—but focusing on usability, needs, and budget could help keep expectations in check.
The cloud platform offers funding to nonprofits to support technology that’s traditionally seen as overhead. Also: TSA extends the mask mandate for public transportation through September 3.
From thinking more strategically about member data to building benefits that leverage cloud resources in innovative ways, associations should look to the cloud as a way to think more broadly about member engagement possibilities.
From messy desktops to old passwords, it’s time to make sure your digital life is up to date. Not just because it makes your job easier, either—it could help prevent organizational security risks.
Whether it’s a tablet, a laptop, or a microphone, there are lots of technologies to leverage for better note-taking. Association pros share a few of their preferred tactics.
Even having been at it for a while, you may not know all the tools and hacks that can make virtual work a little simpler. Here are a few ideas to bolster your remote toolkit.
Search engine optimization can feel difficult to grasp, but it’s all about matching the content to the audience, a nonprofit marketing expert says.
When it comes down to it, making collaboration software such as Microsoft Teams, Slack, and Asana work effectively comes down to people—not the tool itself.
The use of employee monitoring software on remote employees might seem like a smart way to handle a difficult situation, but it could raise significant ethical issues—especially if a user’s work computer is also their personal one.
Odds are that you’re going to be more likely to deal with haters than fans on a Facebook page, according to a study. But smart moderation tactics can help defuse issues before they get out of hand.