Your nonprofit needs time, love, and attention, and you’re sure you can’t afford a break for a conference. But this one is different. Technology and communicating your message effectively to your target audience is essential to sustaining your organization. Find out what the 2014 Nonprofit Technology and Communications Conference can do for your nonprofit on April 10.
What You’re Saying
What’s at the heart of the conference, sponsored by the Minnesota Council of Nonprofits? From the event website:
Are you trying to maximize limited dollars in a world of unlimited technology choices? Do you wish you had more time to develop goals for your organization’s uses of technology? Are you eager to find the next great resource for advancing your mission?
Whether you’re an early tech adopter or a more cautious techie, we all have a role to play in advancing our organizations in a quickly changing world! This conference has a place for advanced discussions and for entry-level learning about the current state of technology and communications.
The 2014 Nonprofit Technology & Communications Conference is the place to go to stay up to speed with tools and trends now and looking into the future. You’ll dive into nonprofit strategies for everything from big data to cloud computing, from game-based learning to website design, and much, much more. This is one conference you don’t want to miss for the latest and greatest in all things nonprofit tech.
Hear From Someone You Know
Tech Guru founder and CEO will be speaking at the conference. Stay and say hello after either of his two speaking engagements:
Better Up There: Cloud Collaboration with Dropbox & Google Drive
7:30 – 8:45am
It’s a good time to ditch your server and meet your team in the cloud. Discover how file-sharing tools Dropbox and Google Docs bring greater efficiency to your workplace and empower staff to collaborate in real time from across the office or around the world. Weigh security risks with the benefits of each program as your session presenter offers a detailed comparison alongside case studies.
Move It, Don’t Lose It: Mobile Security in the Age of Bring Your Own Device
1:45 – 3pm
More than ever, members of every organization are using their own laptops, tablets and mobile devices to access and store your nonprofit’s private data. What kind of information is at risk and how can you protect yourself? During this session, attendees will find out about the security issues surrounding this growing practice and will learn about step-by-step tools to keep you from being a victim of hacking, viruses and sabotage.
Dan is just one of many expert speakers!
Make Your Nonprofit’s Voice Heard
There’s a lot of noise out there, but your organization doesn’t have to get lost in the crowd. Invest in your nonprofit’s ability to maximize bandwith and enjoy the results you’ve been looking for. Register to reserve your seat today!
Dan Moshe is an energetic, engaging speaker on numbers aspects of technology. Contact him about speaking at an event for your business or nonprofit!
Dan Moshe helps business owners in the Minneapolis area with all things tech, and is the CEO of the Caring IT company Tech Guru. He cares about your business as much as you do!