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Nonprofits collect mountains of data about donors and members, and many metrics and reports are monitored regularly. But data and reports are not the same thing as business intelligence (BI). In simple terms, true BI refers to gathering all the organization’s data and analyzing that data to learn from it. Read more about it... Got questions? Contact Steve Jacobson, NRE Trustee, CEO of JCA  

Many nonprofits have adopted enterprise content management (ECM) and document management systems (DMS) to convert slow, inefficient, and expensive paper-based processes to digital form. But according to a Keypoint Intelligence/InfoTrends study, most incoming work documents (anywhere between 51 and 67 percent) are in paper form. Read more about it... Got questions? Contact Robert Conk, Vice President of NRE, Senior Account Executive, Docutrend 

Critical organizational information passes through all types of devices, including PCs, mobile devices, and your document imaging printers and copiers, every day. What’s more, that important information might be stored on these printers and MFPs without your knowledge. Vulnerability extends to devices that sit on the periphery of your network—they, too, are gateways for hackers. Read more about it... Got questions? Contact Robert Conk, Vice President of NRE, Senior Account Executive, Docutrend