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Tell Us About Your Nonprofit Technology and Cloud Computing Needs

By on Mar 22, 2012


TechSoup Global Cloud Servey

TechSoup Global Cloud SurveyTechSoup Global wants to learn more about how nonprofits, libraries, foundations and all types of NGOs use traditional and cloud-based technology.

Take the survey or share it with others you know.

It’s intended for anyone who has responsibility for recommending, purchasing or managing IT products or services at an NGO including nonprofits, charities, libraries, foundations or similar organizations. All ranges of IT influencers are invited — from accidental techies to IT directors.

Don’t wait to long

The survey closes March 23 so please don’t miss out on your chance to participate. Take the survey today!

What are we doing with the results?

In late spring, TechSoup Global, along with our partner network, will publish a white paper with the survey results detailing the responses of nonprofits based in the United States and in 37 countries around the world. The results will support NGOs in making informed IT decisions. They will provide insights into how social benefit organizations are using technology and into the currents needs and issues around adopting cloud technologies.

Get the results

If you’re interested in receiving a report on the survey findings, be sure to provide your email address at the end of the survey. We’ll send you the white paper when it’s finished in late spring and it’ll be available for free on our site.

So … all that’s left is for you to take the survey 🙂



Frank Barry, formerly worked at Blackbaud helping nonprofits use the Internet for digital communication, social media, and fundraising. He’s worked with a diverse group of organizations including LIVESTRONG, United Methodist Church, American Heart Association, Big Brothers Big Sisters, ChildFund Int’l, InTouch Ministries, Heifer Int’l, University of Notre Dame and University of Richmond. Along with writing for industry publications like Mashable and Social Media Today, Frank facilitates discussions, presents solo sessions and organizes panels for industry conferences such as NTC, SXSW, BBCon and numerous others. When he’s out and about he enjoys talking to interesting people about how they are changing the world – check out his interviews. Say Hi on Twitter – @franswaa or Google+

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