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Cloud for Good Goes to Washington for NTC14

It’s that time of year everyone – the Nonprofit Technology Network has opened up voting for proposed sessions at the 2014 Nonprofit Technology Conference (NTC) in Washington, DC: Remember – voting ends on July 31, and one vote is allowed per IP address.

We at Cloud for Good would like to highlight some of our own proposed sessions for next year’s NTC and their links for community voting.  Our team is proud to participate at the NTC every year, and together offer decades of experience in technology and change management, CRM implementation, and nonprofit best practice. We hope to see you there!

Moving Your Database to the Cloud – Key Considerations to Prepare for Your Move (Tal Frankfurt):

Vote here:

What does it really take to implement a Cloud database? How do you prepare, who do you include, and how do you manage this change at your organization? Join Tal for a candid review of this process and its requirements.

Strategic Planning for Nonprofit Technology (Will Nourse):

Vote here:

In this session, the fundamentals of technology planning composition, and the benefits of having a plan in place, will be reviewed with an eye toward return on investment and agility.

Beyond Fundraising – Using Salesforce as Your Core Technology Platform (Will Nourse, Amber Boaz, Tracy Kronzak):

Vote here:

Taking Salesforce to the next level at your organization – beyond fundraising and toward holistic mission-driven CRM implementations.

Female Technologists – Leading Technology, Leading Ourselves (Tracy Kronzak, Dahna Goldstein from Philantech, and Rose De Fremery from Social Media Monthly):

Vote here:

Geared toward nonprofit managers and leaders, this session will offer strategic guidance on supporting and encouraging women’s leadership and success in the IT sector.

We’d certainly appreciate a vote “Up” for our sessions, and while you’re there, make sure to check out all the other great sessions being proposed. Because, as another journeyman to Washington once said, “Great principles don’t get lost once they come to light – they’re right here!”  Happy voting!