IT systems are a core component of modern nonprofit organizations. In fact, with the right technology in place, nonprofit workflows tend to be more streamlined, and organizations are better able to reach their target audiences to get the word out about their cause. When these IT systems run properly, they can work to help nonprofits achieve their missions more efficiently and effectively. Unfortunately, these systems do not always run as they well as they could. Nonprofits are particularly prone to poor performing tech, which can usually be attributed to a lack of funds, expertise, or even bandwidth. Unoptimized technology ultimately holds organizations back, leading to inefficiencies, miscommunications, and general frustration from all parties involved. This is why implementing effective IT solutions is a crucial part of running a nonprofit organization. Keep reading as we break down three of the most frequently asked questions regarding everything IT for nonprofits, from remote desktop support to cybersecurity. Read more
Technology is always evolving, especially in the medical sector. One of the biggest IT transformations in the healthcare industry has been the adoption of electronic health records (EHRs), which are essentially the digital equivalent of paper medical records. By now, most hospitals and other healthcare facilities have altered their legacy systems to include EHRs, which are typically housed on traditional client-server architectures. While IT solutions have already helped to simplify the management of these architectures, there is another way to ensure even smoother operations at an even more cost-effective rate: cloud computing.