IT

With email forming the backbone of communication for any business in today’s times, we clearly live in the “era of the email”. According to Statista, in 2018 roughly 281 billion emails were sent and received per day worldwide, and the figure is expected to increase to over 333 billion...

This month there are 80 unique Microsoft related CVE’s, 1 public and exploited, 1 publicly disclosed, and 17 technologies affected. We pay close attention to:  CVE-2019-0863 (This is an elevation of privilege vulnerability caused by the way Windows Error Reporting handles files.  An attacker would have to be...

Are you aware that Windows 7 support will be discontinued on January 14, 2020? Windows 7 was released on October 22, 2009 by Microsoft with a commitment to provide 10 years of support and those 10 years are soon coming to an end. Starting January 14, 2020 Windows will no longer provide technical assistance and...

Oktane, Okta’s annual four-day conference brought together thousands of technology professionals, developers, product leaders and cloud experts to learn and share knowledge all about the cloud environment and how to best optimize it for users. ECHO has been attending Oktane for the past three years and...

The nonprofit technology community is big, diverse and hungry for knowledge. Over 1,600 attendees were at the Nonprofit Technology Conference this year, many for the first time, including ECHO! ECHO has been serving nonprofits since its inception, so it was about time we went to...

Building a technology strategy requires a basic assessment of how technology impacts your nonprofit.  Once that is clear, presto!  The rest of the IT management puzzle simply falls into place.  Just kidding on that last part. Alignment of nonprofit mission and objectives to technology tools can...