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Idealware and NTEN teamed up yet another time to give organizations a guide to affordable

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This post was originally published on the Salesforce.com’s Blog. I attended my first Dreamforce 5

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As a nonprofit organization, you should focus on bringing about positive social change to your community- let someone else deal with the IT security needs.

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Choosing technology tools for an organization can be quite daunting. This post may be helpful

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Salesforce has added a few exciting features to Chatter file sharing. Ever have trouble finding

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This article was first published at the Button Click Admin blog as part of the “True to the Core Series” where Salesforce superstars Andres Gluecksmann, Jane Isaac, Matt Brown, and Tal Frankfurt wrote guest posts on key features they would like to see rolled out in upcoming Salesforce releases.

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How much time have you wasted searching for presentations, thank you templates, or other development documents? Have you ever communicated with a student about the course schedule, only to realize later that the schedule you referenced was out-of-date?

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The Dreamforce 2011 registration is open and if you are from a higher education institution, nonprofit organization or a B-Corp you can get an exclusive rate from Salesforce Foundation!

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So how can you get the development department on Salesforce? How do you encourage your recruitment department to share information with admissions? How can you get them to realize the huge potential of this great tool and its value to the organization’s mission? …Motivate them!

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Online fundraising should be an important piece of any organization’s fundraising strategy. While direct mail fundraising is still the source of most donations, as the new “wired” generation matures, online will become the dominant form of fundraising. Furthermore, online fundraising campaigns have the ability to reach a different audience and oftentimes are more cost effective than the traditional campaigns.

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We live in a world dominated by the Internet and digital technology. College students update their Facebook and Twitter profiles seemingly every five minutes, whether they’re adding a note about their opinions on a recent football game or joining a social group that encourages businesses to “go green.”
These students want to turn to their peers to gather more information, collaborate, and share ideas. Higher education institutions need, now more than ever, to embrace the evolving customs of today’s generation and bring the power of social networks inside their campuses.

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1.Build Your Team. These are the people who can tell you what a successful implementation

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