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Join us for our next FREE WEBINAR:  Thursday 4-5pm EST - A recap of the trends and announcements from the Microsoft Ignite mega-conference this month in Chicago.  Matthew Eshleman and Steve Longenecker, will discuss the conference implications for nonprofit technology.

Cost as always, free.  You can also tweet questions to @CommunityIT as always.  Hope you can make it!

http://www.communityit.com/resources/ms-ignite-2015/
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The Google Mobile Friendly Update (GMFU) launched on April 21.  This update will prioritize search results for mobile friendly sites.  In other words, if your site is not mobile friendly, you could see a drop in search originated web traffic. 
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Thanks @hammerstromj for great presentation today on how to do IT Security Policy at a nonprofit - slides and video up here http://ow.ly/M2KmZ
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New post in the President's Corner from Johan Hammerstrom highlighting The 13 Lessons to Build Nonprofit Technology Culture from Peter Campbell, CIO at Legal Services Corporation.
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There is still time to register for this month's webinar on Data Quality. http://ow.ly/KqWWm
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One of my favorite Tech Sector Analysts, Ben Thompson, wrote a fantastic post on web traffic, mobile access and the increasing role played by Facebook.  Definitely worth a read. 
Facebook made a change to their news feed to prioritize friend content. I'm not sure that's the optimal strategy if they want to own attention.
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The arrival of two new Top Level Domains (TLD) were announced this month, raising questions among nonprofit organizations about how many domain names it makes sense for an organization to register. 
Brief overview of top level domains and the impact it might have on nonprofit organizations.
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We are launching the President's Corner on our website this week. Look for weekly updates on all things #nptech. http://ow.ly/K9EtT
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Community IT Innovators is a Washington, D.C. based IT consultancy providing technical staff and strategic technology support to nonprofit organizations. We commit to long-term, collaborative partnerships with our customers. This enables us to be the “in-house” expertise, building and maintaining appropriate IT infrastructure to meet current and future goals.

We have focused exclusively on nonprofit technology since 1993, and our staff of about 40 provide the depth and expertise needed for the broad range of technologies in use at nonprofits today.  To our knowledge, we are the only company from among the top 200 managed IT services providers in North America that is focused exclusively on nonprofit technology support.  We have certifications in all of the major (and some less common) technologies in use at nonprofit organizations today.

We serve customers primarily in the DC and Baltimore areas and take on select engagements across the United States, with customers ranging in size from a few staff to several hundred.  

Community IT is 100% employee owned through an Employee Stock Ownership Plan, leaving us free to make decisions based on the long-term best interests of both employees and customers.
We have a strong commitment to a triple bottom line of financial, social, and environmental results.  This commitment has been recognized by groups like Greater DC Cares, the Sustainable Business Network of Washington, the United States Environmental Protection Agency, and other organizations, publications, and media outlets.