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Online Training—Nonprofit New York Workshop—Logging in on January 23rd

Are you the Accidental Data Nerd at your organization? Do you feel like you’ve been thrown into a cauldron of silo’d systems, mismatched spreadsheets and dirty data? This workshop will introduce attendees to the Data Maturity Model (DMM), which was developed through years of direct work with nonprofits. The DMM serves as the basis of providing Accidental Data Nerds with a roadmap for building organizational data capacity. This workshop will show the pathway to transform the Accidental Data Nerd into the role of Organizational Data Leader. The good news is that through hands-on exercises, attendees will see that they already have many of the essential skills needed for moving forward.

BI is for small businesses too

Business Intelligence (BI) has conventionally been limited to big business; only they can afford pricey experts with specialist knowledge who can leverage BI’s value. But the rise of self-service BI tools has leveled the playing field, allowing small- and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) to get in on the game too. And with SMBs now producing far […]

BYOD tips to improve security

Lax bring your own device (BYOD) policies are a growing concern for businesses. If not managed properly, these can pose security risks to your organization. How can you mitigate the risks associated with the BYOD trend? Whether your employees are using smartphones, tablets, or laptops, you need a BYOD security policy. Additionally, you need to […]

Benefits of CRM for businesses

At the end of the day, the success of any business comes down to whether it’s making a profit. That’s why building and maintaining relationships with your customers — your primary source of revenue — is extremely crucial. To respond to this need, savvy business owners are implementing customer relationship management (CRM) systems as a […]

How to use Twitter to grow your business

Twitter is one of the most popular social media platforms for businesses because it enables them to focus on public conversation and exposure. Businesses use Twitter to engage their customers and update them on various business activities and news. Follow these tips on how to make the most out of Twitter for your business. Build […]

5 Bad business security practices

Companies — small- and medium-sized businesses, in particular — struggle to protect their data. For one, they make mistakes in the strategies they employ to protect their IT infrastructure. If your organization still does one or more of these bad security practices, act quickly to correct them. Open wireless networks With one main internet line […]

Joshua Peskay to Present at the 2019 Nonprofit Financial Conference in Maine—December 4th

Joshua Peskay, Vice President of Technology Strategy at RoundTable Technology, will  present two workshop sessions, "10 Steps to Cybersecurity Maturity" and "Change Management for Nonprofits" at the 2019 Nonprofit Finance Conference, hosted by the Maine Association of Nonprofits on Wednesday, December 4, 2019, and held this year at the Cross Insurance Center in Bangor, Maine.

Join RoundTable at the Best Nonprofit Conference Presented by Nonprofit New York—December 10th

We invite you to join RoundTable Technology at Nonprofit New York’s Best Nonprofit Conference.
Joshua Peskay will be giving introductory remarks prior to the session on the Key Area of Excellence of Technology and Data Use and former RoundTabler Karim Beldjilali, now Senior IT Auditor for The New York Times, and RoundTable client Anita Romero, Deputy Director of the Weeksville Heritage Center, will be the presenters for the session on Technology and Data Use.

What companies get wrong about business continuity

Every business owner knows that having a business continuity plan is crucial to the success of their organization. However, when the unexpected does happen, companies tend to overlook how well employees can stick to the plan. To make sure your plan doesn’t go up in flames, here are five critical mistakes you must avoid. Mistake […]