As you read in my last post, I’ve certainly moved out of nonprofit sector. In light of that, the naming convention of this blog is certainly not consistent with my role. When I began this blog, the purpose was to provide opinions and (hopefully) useful technology information for those working in the nonprofit sector. I definitely have a desire to see nonprofits succeed with technology and to use it to improve their work experience and their productivity. Continue reading
After a lapse in my attempts at writing/blogging on all things technical, and some opportunities to share my knowledge and experience with others, I felt it was time to write about things that not only are IT-related but that are helpful to nonprofit organizations who struggle with a lack of IT leadership.
Traditionally the nonprofit sector is lacking in leadership in technology, and it ultimately hurts the organization with increased costs or less-than-spectacular results. I plan to share not only high level items, but also some tips for use in day-to-day IT infrastructure.
Not all of my posts will be nonprofit-specific, but I hope that those in the NFP sector can benefit from my experiences and challenges in a nonprofit world.