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If your nonprofit or library has a small (or non-existant) paid staff and managing your technology is a burden, have you been considering managed IT services or contracting out maintenance? Maybe you already do have some managed IT services, but want to understand whether you're getting the most from the relationship out of your limited resources.
Hear TechSoup's Cameron Jones and Tech Impact's Linda Widdop talk about what managed IT services are; when your nonprofit, church, or public library may want to engage in them; and how to best evaluate offers that are out there, including TechSoup's IT Assist program.
Defining what "managed IT services" means
-- How different offers may be structured, so you know what to look for and what questions to ask when evaluating a contract or managed services offer
-- Ways to bring your IT costs down - including migrating servers to the cloud, VoIP solutions, and more
-- An introduction to IT Assist, TechSoup's low-cost managed IT program for nonprofits and libraries