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Part II: How to Budget for Information Technology

Unless you have a dedicated experienced IT team with time to do more than troubleshoot employee issues, you may not have the in-house capacity or expertise to know how to go about budgeting for technology.

Like every business decision, there are tradeoffs. Do you hold on to older equipment and just pay more to maintain it, or invest in newer, more efficient technology? How do you know when...

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Part I: Costs & Risks of Outdated Technology

You know that TV show, The Walking Dead, about the zombie apocalypse? Your organization may have unwittingly joined the ranks of the “zombie-net”—infected computers used by hackers to unleash attacks on a much larger scale. Organizations with outdated and obsolete hardware and software are responsible, to some extent, for the rise of the zombie-net, because they are easier for hackers to...

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Top Considerations when Budgeting for Technology

By Kimberly Scolaro| February 16, 2017 |

Tags: Budget planning, Nonprofits

Summit has worked with Non Profits and Associations for decades, helping them to create IT budgets and then stick to them. We consider what is needed of IT to run an organization for a year, looking forward to the larger picture.

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Office Relocation Challenges you Should be Prepared for

Office relocation is typically an exciting thing. It could mean your business is expanding, your organization is doing well, and you’re ready for growth. Or it could mean your lease simply expired or you’re even just trying to cut costs. Either way, if you’re the one in charge of making the move happen, it can be quite overwhelming.

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