Past Event—Online Training—Nonprofit New York Workshop—Tame Your Inbox on March 5

Drowning in email? Feel like dealing your inbox is an endless game of Whack-a-Mole? Wish you could spend more time on important tasks and projects and less time mired in messages? If so, this interactive webinar is for you. We’ll explore why this problem is so pervasive and provide ways both individuals and organizations can make email more manageable. We’ll have multiple quizzes throughout the session with chances to win prizes for attendees.

Past Event—Webinar—Defend & Protect – Your Path to Compliance with New Cybersecurity Laws on February 27th

You may or may not have heard of new privacy laws sweeping the nation.

If you haven’t heard of new laws like CCPA (the California Consumer Privacy Act) NY SHIELD (New York Stop Hacks and Improve Electronic Data Security) and COPRA (Consumer Online Privacy Rights Act) yet, you will.

These new laws are just the beginning of a clear trend toward regulating the privacy and security of information for individuals. What these laws have in common is that they mandate “reasonable cybersecurity” measures for organizations that collect personal information of individuals.

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

Logging in used to be simple. You came to the office, turned on your computer, logged in and got to work. There was only one way to do it and one place to do it from. But today, most of the services you use are in the cloud. You log in to your computer, but then you have to log in to three or four or ten more things just to do your work. And you’re supposed to keep track of all these different passwords and systems? Not only that, but you might log in on your work computer at your office one day and from your personal laptop at a cafe in Montreal tomorrow. How in the world are you and your organization supposed to keep track of all this logging in and make it easy and secure?

Past Event—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.

Past Event—In-Person Training—Nonprofit New York Workshop—10 Steps to Cybersecurity Maturity on July 9th

It’s easy to be overwhelmed by cybersecurity. Whether it’s data breaches, ransomware, hacked webcams or botnet armies powered by millions of smart light bulbs, many of us in charge of protecting our organizations’ and our clients’ information can be forgiven for wanting to curl up into a ball and hide. There are so many threats, how can we even keep track of them, let alone protect ourselves, our organizations and our constituents from them? This workshop will help you get a plan you can start on right away. We will break down cybersecurity into common-sense, understandable components that you can use to help your organization move toward greater cybersecurity maturity. We will help you understand how to think about what information is important to protect and how much protection it might need. Then we’ll give you specific tools, practices and templates to help you get started.

2-Minute Training on Busting A Myth About Change

Today’s training is busting a myth about change. If you want to make change at your organization, you might hear something like this, “Yeah, but people hate change.” I’m here to dispense with this common idea that people don’t like change, because if you think about it for a minute, we all make major changes in our lives willingly and of our own accord. For example, we might move from one house to another or from one city to another, we might have a baby, which is an incredibly major change to our lives. We might decide to get more fit, which takes a huge amount of work. We might start a new job, which is a huge change. We do these things of our own accord and willingly. So if we hated change, why would people do these things?

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