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Whether you plan to attend or have to miss it this year, please join CTO Matt Eshleman April 18th for a wrap up of the trends and direction of this year's NTEN Nonprofit Technology Conference in New Orleans April 11-13. 18NTC will feature over 100 educational sessions, an exhibit hall highlighting the latest nonprofit products and services, and networking events each day.
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f you missed our Meltdown-Spectre webinar on the security vulnerabilities and how they affect nonprofit organizations and nonprofit technology, you can check out Matt Eshleman and Galen Wenger's webinar video here. http://www.communityit.com/blog/meltdown-spectre-webinar-recording/
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If you missed the February webinar with our partner Build Consulting about five constituent experience hacks to weave into your nonprofit organization, you can now view the slides and recording here. Our partners at Build Consulting present clear instructions on integrating a customer focus into your organization. http://www.communityit.com/blog/five-constituent-experience-hacks-slides-and-recording-links/
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Are you getting ready to attend the 18NTC next month in New Orleans? I wanted to share with you these notes from our friend Peter Campbell on last year's Nonprofit Technology Conference in case you are on the fence about attending again, or if you have never attended and wonder what it is all about. http://www.communityit.com/blog/notes-from-17ntc/
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Community IT is excited to announce its partnership with TechSoup in presenting a FREE Nonprofit Technology Security 101 class geared towards individuals, taught by CTO Matt Eshleman. This class is scheduled for March 21, 2018 at 3:00PM EST. We encourage you to register online at TechSoup. http://www.communityit.com/blog/security-101-with-techsoup-and-community-it-innovators/
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If you missed our March 2018 webinar you can now view the slides and YouTube recording online on your schedule. If you ever feel that processing and massaging your data is taking over your work life like kudzu, or if you have been ignoring data that you know you could use, because it would take forever to set up to start tracking it correctly, view this webinar and learn about the easy ramp up to use Power BI and the affordable price for nonprofits. http://www.communityit.com/blog/microsoft-power-bi-for-nonprofits-links-to-webinar-slides/
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Perhaps because it is the shortest month, February can seem overwhelmingly scheduled on our calendars. Meetings and projects are now in full swing for the first quarter.

You may have heard of the Meltdown and Spectre security issues Community IT Innovators February 2018 Newsand wonder how they affect you. CTO Matt Eshleman and Centralized Services Manager Galen Wenger reviewed the best approaches for addressing the Meltdown and Spectre vulnerabilities in a special webinar February 8th. Hardware and software manufacturers continue to release and revise their solutions. Matt and Galen have been in the trenches deploying updates to our clients, and will share our experience with the latest fixes and discuss the best strategies for applying them. Please check back for the slides and recording links which we will post soon.

On February 21st at 4pm, Kyle Haines at our partner Build Consulting will be giving our regular hour long webinar on Five Hacks to Weave Constituent Experience Into Your Organization.
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Do you ever feel that processing and massaging your data is taking over your work life like kudzu? Conversely, have you been ignoring data that you know you could use, because it would take forever to set up to start tracking it correctly?Community IT Innovators March 2018 News

This month I will be responding to many questions from our community on MicrosoftPower BI, and showing you the ways this powerful tool – available at a deep discount to nonprofit organizations – can gather and present data from many sources. We now have a few clients using Power BI and can share our experience. With minimal ramp-up, your organization can start to visualize and analyze your key data from various systems in an easy-to-digest format. Join me March 21st from 4-5pm EST to review the capabilities (and limitations) of Microsoft Power BI and how it can be used by nonprofits to better understand all types of data. Community IT Innovators are always agnostic in making recommendations – the purpose of this webinar is to explore Power BI, not to promote it.
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Whether you plan to attend or have to miss it this year, please join CTO Matthew Eshleman April 18th from 4-5pm for a webinar wrap up of the trends and direction of this year’s conference. 18NTC will feature over 100 educational sessions, an exhibit hall highlighting the latest nonprofit products and services, and networking events each day.

There is no conference quite like the NTC. In this 14th year of the conference (NTEN’s 18th year) much has changed – as it should in a fast-moving field that is changing and adapting constantly. Matt Eshleman has been attending NTC for 10 years, and will share his experiences and expertise with you and answer questions. Whether you were able to attend or missed it this year, Matt will get you up to date on the trends and tendencies of nonprofit technology and your peers around the nation. He’ll share insights on the sessions he attended and the overall direction our community is headed.
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