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Cloud Computing for Small Nonprofits: Lessons Learned from 5 Years in the Cloud

NTEN

Shortly after the Colorectal Cancer Coalition was incorporated as an organization in March 2005 we hired an admin, bought her a laptop and gave her a desk in a tiny single room office sublet from another organization in Washington, DC. There's a tiny fine line between collaboration and distraction. While implementation can get complex depending on the organization's requirements, both are easy for non-developer techie admins to manage and integrate with other services.

Cloud Computing for Small Nonprofits: Lessons Learned from 5 Years in the Cloud

NTEN

Shortly after the Colorectal Cancer Coalition was incorporated as an organization in March 2005 we hired an admin, bought her a laptop and gave her a desk in a tiny single room office sublet from another organization in Washington, DC. There's a tiny fine line between collaboration and distraction. While implementation can get complex depending on the organization's requirements, both are easy for non-developer techie admins to manage and integrate with other services.

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Watchitoo — The new tool behind the TechSoup NPlive web series offers video from many sources integrated with images, YouTube and social chat, Q&A, and webinar tools including a collaborative whiteboard. ReadyTalk — This standard for webinar production offers integrated slides, screensharing, live moderated chat, and high-quality recorded audio. WebEx and GoToMeeting , available through TechSoup, offer free iPad apps and easy availability on mobile devices.

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The Best Tablet for Business Use

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Five years ago, it was the laptop. I stay in touch and connected through integration with Microsoft Exchange and Google’s email and calendar. In the past few weeks, I’ve used my iPad to connect to WebEx conferences, FaceTime with coworkers, update my OneNote folders and Evernote Notebooks, and take a picture of my receipts to attach to an expense report. It doesn’t replace my laptop, but I sure get a lot of use out of it. –Tom

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