Lorna Doone Brewer

Lorna Doone Brewer

Digital Divide is Real

digitaldivide 150x150For a few years now, I have been writing these Tech Tips, offering suggestions on what nonprofits can do to use technology to reach out to constituents, manage day-to-day functions, and simply make life a little easier. In all of these things, the nonprofit organization is often struggling to do the same things as the for-profit world, only with a much smaller budget, outdated equipment, and uncertain funding. This is what is known as the Digital Divide.

 

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Software Review - Ellucian Advance

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Ellucian Advance is a comprehensive alumni and development solution designed to help higher education institutions engage more successfully with their constituency. From annual fund solicitations to high-touch major donor management, from multi-campaign support to dues-paying memberships, from stewardship events to complex class reunions and business intelligence, Ellucian Advance supports a range of higher education engagement models, fundraising strategies and programs, and performance monitoring.

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Replacement Life Cycles for Computers

computer_recycle 150x150Without a doubt, technology comes at a huge cost to nonprofit organizations.  From hardware like desktops and more portable laptops to the software it takes to keep the operations functioning, there are a variety of ongoing costs.  Subscription fees, maintenance, and add-on applications or modules can also work to push up the overall amount spent on the technological aspect of what you do every year.

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