When it comes to Nonprofit IT trends, 2013 was a year filled with exciting opportunities for organizations to move their IT infrastructure to the cloud. There was a shift away from hosting email in-house to hosting it in Google Apps and Office 365. For file sharing, many nonprofits started using Dropbox for Business, Box and Egnyte.
Johan Hammerstrom, COO, and Matthew Eshleman, CTO, talked about IT opportunities and challenges nonprofits faced in 2013. Here are some of the questions they addressed during the webinar.
- Who were the tech winners and losers from 2013?
- How did the evolving world of devices—desktops, laptops, tablets and mobiles—affect nonprofits?
- How were organizations able to save money in terms of their IT infrastructure?
- What were some of the challenges they faced in terms of IT security and backups?
- What do these trends portend for 2014?