Heading into the holidays, the last thing on your mind is how to get your online content working better. But don't worry! We'll still be here when you get back to work next year.
We’ve recently updated our report on case management systems for New Zealand social services organisations.
If your organisation occasionally or frequently runs conferences, seminars, webinars, educational talks or any kind of event – online or off – you could be simplifying your life with an online event booking system. An online booking system can handle everything from free to paid ticketing, keeping track of how many tickets are sold, allocating seating and updating attendees on changes to an event.
Nonprofit Tech for Good is conducting the first-ever Global NGO Online Technology Survey. The data will be used to compile a report about regional differences in how NGOs raise money online, use website and email communications, and embrace social media. It will provide a better understanding of how nonprofits, charities, and NGOs worldwide use online technology. This is a huge undertaking, but a necessary one as the NGO sector becomes more diverse and global in scope.
Infoxchange has spent the past few months working with small-to-medium community organisations in New Zealand, asking them how they chose their case management system and what they think of the selection process and the final product.
We've recently published a comprehensive guide for small-to-medium community organisations who want to take all or some of their operations online. The 'Cloud applications for community groups - digital business kit' covers:
We've recently revamped the ImproveIT website to make it easier for you to comment on our resources. You can now leave a comment at the end of any article.
On June 29, Telstra announced it will be shutting down its dial-up internet service at the end of 2015.
The Australian Federal Police this week warned internet users that emailed fake traffic fine notices are doing the rounds. The emails are a scam, and if recipients click on them they download malware which renders the user's computer unusable.