Why you should use a wiki for your org.

Many non-profits and companies are using wiki’s to help leverage and retain knowledge. A wiki is a way to share important knowledge easily via a private network or the internet. The best example of a wiki site is Wikipedia which is one of the largest reference sites on the internet. Consider the following: Are you sharing information with a group of colleagues? Have to reference checklists or other information repeatedly? Have to send instructions or other forms over and…
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Getting back to the GTD Basics Part 5 – Just do it

Previously we have done the following: Done a mind sweep; Processed our in-trays; Reviewed our projects; What’s next? Actually doing something. This seems obvious but being able to get things done is the reason we spend time organizing tasks into our system. Having the ability to focus on one thing without random thoughts creeping in to interrupt our flow. There is nothing so satisfying as being ‘in the zone’ on a task or project and realizing how much more you…
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Google Apps for your Nonprofit

If you are a non profit, one of the things that can distract you from your goals is dealing with tech. Thanks to cloud based technology today, you don't have to have a server in your office to handle your email and file storage needs. One of these cloud options is Google Apps. Many companies and nonprofits have now turned to Google Apps for their email and file storage needs. Using Google apps has several advantages for…
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Backup E-Guide Free For Subscribers

Backup can be a confusing thing at first. However once you understand the concepts and strategies that can be used to protect your system, things become much easier. It’s for this reason I have created a short eguide called “The Little Book of Backup” It's a very basic guide in explaining the history of backups as well as where we are today in terms of backup strategies you can do to protect your data. The…
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