Even in times of economic recession, SMBs have to find ways to keep their business moving forward and competitively meet market demand. This may mean increasing staff or adding or refining products and services, all of which expands business data. For example, in a recent IDC report, small businesses need to expand data storage by
A few years ago the concept of “greening” your business was getting a lot of buzz. Reduce, reuse recycle, GreenIT, and offsetting your carbon footprint were topics everyone was talking about. Unfortunately, with the recent recession, many SMBs have understandably become focused on protecting their bottom line and have back-burnered their green initiatives. Fortunately there
The following post was written by Alfonso Barreiro for TechRepublic. With the rising number of malware infections in organizations, we thought the article was very informative and wanted to share it. When malware is suspected don’t jump the gun on diagnosis and countermeasures. Follow these best practice guidelines to ensure an appropriate and measured response.
The following article by Jim Lynch was originally posted to the TechSoup blog on August 19, 2013. Since we just released our latest RevITup Quarterly Technology Grant Review for Nonprofits we thought the article would be very informative for nonprofit organizations looking for information on finding and securing technology funding. I have to admit that the
The Launch Pad’s Technology Team has been serving the needs of nonprofit and community service organizations since 1992. To assist nonprofit organizations in learning about technology grants and funding opportunities, The Launch Pad offers a Quarterly Technology Grant Review. The Review is a summary of local, state, and national foundations and grants programs with mandates