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Laptop or Tablet. Which Is Best for Your Nonprofit?

Tech Soup Blog

TechSoup recently published an article comparing laptops versus tablets in terms of their benefits and advantages. If you need to invest in a mobile solution, our article helps you figure out which option is best. Laptops have more processing power. TechSoup also offers refurbished tablets and low- , middle- , and high-end laptops for reasonable prices through our Refurbished Computer Initiative (RCI). mobile Recycled and Refurbished Computers tablet laptop

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How to Get Long Life Out of Laptop and Cell Phone Batteries

Tech Soup Blog

I got to talking last week with Kiera Butler of Mother Jones magazine about the best ways to keep the rechargeable batteries in laptops and mobile phones healthy and long-lived. Dell says that a full life span for a garden-variety lithium-ion laptop battery is 18 to 24 months. The average life span of a cell phone, however, is only 18 months , so a single battery should last the lifetime of a mobile phone. How well do you maintain your mobile batteries?

Mobile Giving 101: Why Mobile Is an Important Part of Nonprofit Fundraising Campaigns

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Research shows that by 2014 mobile device usage will exceed that of desktop and laptop computers. Research shows that by 2014 mobile device usage will exceed that of desktop and laptop computers. In order to keep participants, sponsors, and supporters continually engaged, nonprofits should integrate mobile giving as part of their fundraising strategies. How does mobile giving help your fundraising campaign? Kari Ann Kiel. Event Marketing Consulant.

Mobile Giving 101: Why Mobile Is an Important Part of Nonprofit Fundraising Campaigns

NTEN

Research shows that by 2014 mobile device usage will exceed that of desktop and laptop computers. Research shows that by 2014 mobile device usage will exceed that of desktop and laptop computers. In order to keep participants, sponsors, and supporters continually engaged, nonprofits should integrate mobile giving as part of their fundraising strategies. How does mobile giving help your fundraising campaign? Kari Ann Kiel. Event Marketing Consulant.

The Math and Science of Social and Mobile Media: A Spreadsheet to Track Your Fundraising Success

Nonprofit Tech for Good

There absolutely is a math to social and mobile media. then as your numbers grow on social networks so will your e-newsletter and mobile lists which in turn significantly increases your fundraising success. It’s a strategy that I have been using, testing, and adapting since @NonprofitOrgs first launched on Myspace in 2006 and now there’s an ever-increasing flow of data being released that proves that social and mobile media are, in fact, powerful fundraising tools.

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The Math and Science of Social and Mobile Media: A Spreadsheet to Track Your Fundraising Success

Nonprofit Tech for Good

There absolutely is a math to social and mobile media. then as your numbers grow on social networks so will your e-newsletter and mobile lists which in turn significantly increases your fundraising success. It’s a strategy that I have been using, testing, and adapting since @NonprofitOrgs first launched on Myspace in 2006 and now there’s an ever-increasing flow of data being released that proves that social and mobile media are, in fact, powerful fundraising tools.

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The Next Five Big Trends in Mobile App Development

Byte Technology

And in no specific sector is that more true than in field of mobile app development. But there are also more encompassing trends to be on the watch for, watershed movements that will continue to change the way we interact with all our mobile machines and, ultimately, with each other. But to keep them relevant and useful app developers will have to focus on cross-platform structures that help people transition from desktop to laptop to tablet to phone.

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Debunking Misconceptions about Mobile Learning

Gyrus

More than half of the world’s population now has a mobile subscription. The Mobile Economy report by GSMA intelligence indicates that an additional one billion subscribers are predicted by 2020, taking the global penetration rate to approximately 60%. Mobile training not only offers learning on-the-go, but also allows learners to gain an instant access to information whenever and wherever they need it. as mobile learning tools. Mobile Learning is Not Secure.

Cutting the Cord: Converting Your WordPress Site Into a Mobile App

Byte Technology

Consider this: more than half of all worldwide online traffic and digital media consumption now takes place from a mobile device, be it a smartphone, tablet or even a watch. That means billions and billions of people surf the Internet, manage social media, do their banking and more without ever sitting down at a desktop computer or even lifting up a laptop. Now, WordPressers can take their site to a mobile app version via some great plugins.

Stay Mobile: Tools to Take Your WordPress Site on the Go

Byte Technology

Ask any seasoned web designer what is one of the most important elements of building and running a site and you’ll no doubt get the same answer across the board: think mobile first. Indeed, experts now estimate that the vast majority of users access the web on a smartphone, tablet or the like, rather than a standard desktop or laptop computer. Of course, the first place you should start is with the WordPress mobile app for iOS or Android.

Mobile for Good: May Edition

Tech Soup Blog

June is generally a very busy month for mobile with Google I/O, Apple's WWDC, and lots of summer phone/tablet releases. There has been some interesting mobile-related legislation news as of late that affects some nonprofits, charities, public libraries, and social sector organizations. Microsoft released its Surface Pro 3 this week, a tablet poised to "replace your laptop." Any mobile news catch your eye this month? apps mobile phone tsmobiletechnology

Mobile for Good: Earth Month Edition

Tech Soup Blog

To celebrate, I've rounded up some of the latest news in green mobile technology news. As always, I'll also cover other mobile news and trends. American Mobile Phone Recycling on the Rise. 11,000 were laptops. eCycle Best concluded that American consumers seem to be getting wiser about throwing away phones, tablets, and laptops. The United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization just published a report called Reading in the Mobile Era.

Capture and Share Events with Mobile Apps

Tech Soup Blog

Thankfully, with the power of mobile apps, you can be a photographer, videographer, social media promoter, and a liveblogger for your events. You can give real-time updates from fundraisers or liveblog featured speakers at events from your laptop or mobile device. If your organization uses Flickr (Android, iOS, Windows Phone) to manage photos, the mobile app is a must-have companion. mobile phone apps App It Up tsdigs tsfeatured

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The 4 Dos and Don’ts of Modern Mobile Fundraising

Achieve

The convenience of mobile giving methods has led many nonprofits to adopt them, and they’re only becoming more popular. When your organization implements a mobile giving platform, you can reach more donors faster. While implementing mobile giving methods is a great way to attract the.

Seven Deadly Mobile Myths

Connection Cafe

When you think about someone accessing your nonprofit website from a mobile device, how do you picture them? While that’s probably the case with a lot of your mobile audience, it’s not always true. I heard a great talk at the IA Summit a few weeks ago that debunked many ideas and assumptions we’ve made about mobile context. As a designer of mobile experiences, I too am guilty of these assumptions. Do you agree or disagree with these mobile myths?

Mobile Fundraising: A Complete Overview — Pt. 1 of 3

NonProfit Hub

Maybe you’re checking your mobile email. Mobile giving really is that simple. That’s precisely why we’ve created this overview: to give you a deeper understanding of the fundraising phenomenon that is mobile giving. In this series, we’ll cover: What is mobile fundraising? What are the most common mobile giving terms? Can mobile giving technology be used for more than just fundraising? How do various types of organizations make use of mobile giving?

New to TechSoup: 4G Broadband Access from Mobile Beacon

Tech Soup Blog

Get mobile broadband access for your organization with a donated fourth-generation (4G) modem or wireless hotspot from the Mobile Beacon Donation Program. Mobile Beacon — a nonprofit just like TechSoup — helps nonprofit organizations, schools, and public libraries that lack traditional Internet access, or have slow access or bandwidth constraints get connected both in the office and remotely. Mobile Beacon Internet service is not included as part of this donation.

Making a Case for Mobile Internet: Digital Inclusion at Philadelphia FIGHT

NTEN

By Michelle Warner, Director, Mobile Citizen. If the goal is to work more productively and cost-effectively, nonprofits using a laptop or netbook and their own personal Wi-Fi network for use wherever and whenever they need it, have more options. If your nonprofit needs to be more productive, or cost-efficient, while on the go, it’s time to make a case for mobile Internet. Mobile Internet keeps key mobile staff connected and productive.

What Will Happen When PCs and Mobile Phones Converge?

Tech Soup Blog

The robust smartphones of the near future will likely use a combination of mobile apps and cloud apps and because we'll dock them so much with our laptops, we'll begin using those types of applications much more on our computers as well. Most African and Latin American countries are on a completely different mobile phone infrastructure track. The near future is looking to be even more mobile with more fully integrated technologies.

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Case Study: Providing Event Attendees with Wireless Internet via Mobile Broadband

NTEN

In the four years that I’ve been responsible for planning and negotiating conference A/V and other technology expenses for NCFR, I’ve had my eye on mobile broadband as a potential lower-cost alternative for providing internet access. With our 2011 conference hotel in range of both the Clear network and Verizon LTE, I was intrigued by the possibility that this could be the year we took the plunge to rely entirely on mobile broadband for our conference internet needs.

11 Nonprofit Websites That Look Great on iPads

Nonprofit Tech for Good

Do you attempt to create one website that looks good on desktops and laptops, tablets, Internet TVs, and smartphones using responsive Web design – or have multiple websites to accommodate viewing on different devices? Until then, since the iPad is the top selling tablet and its dimensions are compatible with desktop and laptop devices, if your nonprofit is considering launching a new website, then the following eleven nonprofit websites will help guide your design decisions.

Tech Policies for Virtual Teams: A Leader’s Responsibility

Non Profit Quarterly

So things like asking, will the organization be providing computers and mobile devices for all staff, or would there be a hybrid model where some staff would have organization-issued computers and other staff would have to rely on their personal devices?

Mobile Innovations for Social Good

NTEN

The 2009 N2Y4 Conference showcased the Featured Projects from NetSquared's Global Challenge focused on mobile technology. VozMob: Mobile Voices/Voces Moviles. Mobile Voices offers an open-source multi-media platform optimized for low-cost mobile phones that lets users create, share, and reflect on stories about their lives and communities. FrontlineSMS:Medic - SMS for Medical Records and Mobile Lab Diagnostics. Amy Sample Ward, NetSquared.

HOW TO: Report Live from Nonprofit Events and Conferences

Nonprofit Tech for Good

The following is an excerpt from Mobile for Good: A How-To Fundraising Guide for Nonprofits. Another form of real-time communications is using mobile and social media to report live from your events and conferences. Potential attendees will monitor the hashtag, and those attending will promote the hashtag on mobile and social media in the weeks and days leading up to the event as well as during the event. Mobile for Good: A How-To Fundraising Guide for Nonprofits.

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Getting Out of the Way of Mobile Giving

Connection Cafe

Unfortunately, this same flurry of options is also enough to make a mobile user say “forget it”. What you did not take into consideration was the attention span of the mobile donor. The most effective mobile giving site undone by its key piece of functionality, and you are left scratching your head. I run into this situation all too often – a mobile campaign, or brand new mobile site, and the mobile giving does not correlate with the mobile traffic.

Mobile Workers and Data Loss Prevention

Tech Soup Blog

Lifehacker , a popuplar blog on technology and productivity, had a post last week on lessons learned from a stolen laptop. As someone who travels frequently, often alone to crowded places where one must exercise a high level of caution, losing my laptop or phone is something I think about a lot. The New York Times also blogged about the same issue.

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Zen and the Art of Nonprofit Technology

Home About Me Subscribe Zen and the Art of Nonprofit Technology Thoughtful and sometimes snarky perspectives on nonprofit technology Computerless February 20, 2007 My laptop is in the shop. It’s a lucky thing my partner has a laptop I can beg and borrow (stealing might cause issues.) It might even arrive before the laptop gets out of the shop.

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11 Group Text Messaging Best Practices for Nonprofits

Nonprofit Tech for Good

Contrary to its title, the last four chapters of Social Media for Social Good: A How-To Guide for Nonprofits are dedicated to mobile technology and mobile fundraising. I am firm believer that social media will be the foundation of the Mobile Web and the book was written to help prepare nonprofits for the coming shift from desktop and social to social and mobile. It is illegal to buy, sell, or trade mobile phone numbers, unlike e-mail and snail mail addresses.

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10 Essential Tools for the Nonprofit New Media Manager on the Go

Nonprofit Tech for Good

The advent of the Mobile Web is slowly starting to permeate and transform nonprofit communications. Just like social media transformed the nonprofit sector and how it communicates with its supporters, so will the Mobile Web (even more so). Some nonprofits have begun to lay a foundation for their mobile communications strategies. Twitter has a mobile website ( m.twitter.com ) and its own official Twitter App for iPhone, iPhone Touch and iPad. Mobile Browsers.

From 2005 to 2015: The Radical Effect of Social Media on Nonprofit Web Design

Nonprofit Tech for Good

The Internet was primarily a desktop PC or laptop experience and reading news and sending and receiving email accounted for the majority of time spent online. Mobile for Good: A How-To Fundraising Guide for Nonprofits. Based on more than 20 years of experience and 25,000+ hours spent utilizing mobile and social media, Mobile for Good: A How-To Fundraising Guide for Nonprofits is a comprehensive 256-page book packed with more than 500 best practices.

Wiki Syntax madness

Zen and the Art of Nonprofit Technology

I have become a complete devotee of Dokuwiki , which I use locally on my laptop, for my to do lists, notes, etc. Home About Me Subscribe Zen and the Art of Nonprofit Technology Thoughtful and sometimes snarky perspectives on nonprofit technology Wiki Syntax madness November 26, 2007 As most people deeply imbedded in Web 2.0, I am an avid Wiki user.

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Goodbye Microsoft…

Zen and the Art of Nonprofit Technology

Home About Me Subscribe Zen and the Art of Nonprofit Technology Thoughtful and sometimes snarky perspectives on nonprofit technology Goodbye Microsoft… March 29, 2007 Just today, I received in the mail some Sony Vaio Picturebook laptops, courtesy of Gavin’s regular potlatch program. That install got borked when the laptop shutdown accidentally.

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Giving up, a little

Zen and the Art of Nonprofit Technology

Home About Me Subscribe Zen and the Art of Nonprofit Technology Thoughtful and sometimes snarky perspectives on nonprofit technology Giving up, a little August 6, 2007 As you might know, I migrated from using a MacBook Pro laptop as my primary desktop, to eating my own dogfood, as it were, and using Ubuntu Linux as my primary desktop.

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5 Reasons Why VOIP Is The Future Of Nonprofit Communication

TechImpact

Additionally, the majority of providers offer mobile apps and software platforms that can be downloaded to smart phones and laptops to be taken anywhere by your employees. Industry News Mobile Tech mobile Mobile Technology nonprofit npTech Image courtesy of Alabama A&M University. Let’s get right down to it. Dollar for dollar, VOIP phone services are the cheapest options available for nonprofit organizations seeking a versatile communication platform.

If We Can Do It, So Can You: Mobile Evaluations at the 09NTC

NTEN

At the 2009 NTC, we decided to give this system a major tech overhaul by implementing a mobile text messaging version of this: the Mobile Evaluation. After looking at our options, we partnered with Mobile Commons, who generously donated their system and expertise to us, and made the entire setup process a breeze. (I Overall, our move from paper evaluations to mobile evaluations was a huge success, and we definitely plan to stick with it for next year's NTC.

Webinar Recap: Endpoint-Level Security at Your Library or Nonprofit

Tech Soup Blog

" Andy defined an endpoint in the following way: An endpoint is a desktop or laptop computer. We put mobile devices in a different category because they are unique. So when we say endpoint we're really talking about desktops, servers, and laptops. " Does your organization have desktops, servers, or laptops? Last week, I had the pleasure of facilitating the webinar Endpoint-Level Security at Your Library or Nonprofit.

Tech for Good at Mobile World Congress

Tech Soup Blog

Mobile World Congress , an annual tech conference in Barcelona, Spain, sets the tone for global technology trends in the coming year. For example, you can work on a document in the new Microsoft Office on your Windows 8 laptop, take a break, and then pick up where you left off on your Windows Phone. AppMachine is a public, browser-based visual content management system (CMS) for building mobile apps. Mobile Green Tech. Accessible Technology Green IT apps Mobile

11 Nonprofit Websites That Look Great on iPads

Nonprofit Tech for Good

Do you attempt to create one website that looks good on desktops and laptops, tablets, Internet TVs, and smartphones using responsive Web design – or have multiple websites to accommodate viewing on different devices? Until then, since the iPad is the top selling tablet and its dimensions are compatible with desktop and laptop devices, if your nonprofit is considering launching a new website, then the following eleven nonprofit websites will help guide your design decisions.

Making Mobile Devices and Computers Easier to Use for Seniors — Part 2 — Text and Icon Enhancements

Tech Soup Blog

If the senior is using a laptop, the Fn key may also be required in the key-press combination. This is the second of a three-part series on ways to make digital devices easier to use for seniors. It was originally published by Community Technology Network (CTN) and is reprinted here by permission of CTN Executive Director Kami Griffiths. All images in the piece are courtesy of CTN as well. Find the first part on magnification here.

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How to Report Live from Nonprofit Events and Conferences

Nonprofit Tech for Good

Equipment: You’ll need a laptop and smartphone and easy access to charging stations during the event. Social Media Mobile MediaReal-time reporting from nonprofit conferences and events requires an advanced skill set, training, and a lot of practice.

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Are you on the Mobile Bandwagon?

Connection Cafe

Mobile is a growing trend that just won't quit. I was not an early adopter of a mobile device. I used to lug around my laptop everywhere, but that led to sore shoulders and a lot of missed opportunity to keep in touch. But if the main webpage (where most everyone will go to find the DONATE button) isn't mobile optimized, then I'll give up. So even if you're behind the curve on mobile, don't try to boil the ocean - just start with those two simple steps.

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Seven Responsively Designed Nonprofit Websites to Study and Learn From

Nonprofit Tech for Good

At least 15% of all traffic to nonprofit’s websites now occur on mobile devices and across all sectors mobile is set to surpass desktop browsing in 2014. Over the last few years as I have studied the rapid rise of the Mobile Web , I have become more of an advocate of launching a responsively designed website over launching a mobile site separate from a desktop site. Webinar: Mobile Communications and Mobile Fundraising for Nonprofits (Live).