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How to Conduct Your Telemeeting, Teleconference or Teleclass
  By: Susan Dunn
More and more entrepreneurs and businesses are turning to the affordable and efficient use of teleconferences for meetings, classes and training. Everyone calls in to a dedicated bridge line at the appointed time and there is no need to get together in person. You can imagine the time and money this saves.

Technology Strategy: Decision Making for Nonprofit Boards
  By: Philippa Gamse
Many nonprofit organizations struggle, quite understandably, with technology planning and investment. New computers, sophisticated Websites and database systems can be expensive. Staff members may be resistant to change and to learning new applications. So, how should your Board of Directors and / or your Technology Committee approach technology planning and investment?


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