Everything Tech Providers Wished You Knew About Writing A RFP (plus the stuff they want to keep secret)

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There are only two more days to vote for the 2018 Nonprofit Technology Conference (#18NTC) sessions. I am all kinds of grateful to everyone who has already taken the time to cast a vote for one of my session submissions and if you have yet to vote, I would appreciate you sending upvotes my way. You will need a registered user account to vote but the good news is registration is …

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Only Two Days Left To Take Advantage Of The Featured Listing Discount

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Since its launch last week, ArtsAdminJobs.com (the new home for Adaptistration Jobs) has been doing great. Traffic is strong and there have been new job openings posted from St. Louis symphony and Oakland Symphony but you only have until the end of Thursday to take advantage of the 15 percent off Featured Listing special price. Given that the service is free to use for all basic listings and the Featured Upgrade …

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Houston Arts Groups Begin Tallying Damage From Hurricane Harvey

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Although news continues to develop, the Houston Grand Opera (HGO) and the Houston Ballet, which share space at the Wortham Theater Center, have suffered flooding damage from Hurricane Harvey at that facility. At the time this article was written, the HGO’s website has been out of service for two days and scattered reports have been coming in about known damage. In advance of the storm, the ballet moved costumes up to …

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San Antonio Symphony Musicians And Their New Parent 501(c)3 Agree To A Four Month Extension

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In July 2017, the Symphony Society of San Antonio (which ran the San Antonio Symphony) abruptly announced they were terminating operations on August 31, 2017 and assigning all mission driven activity to a newly formed 501(c)3, Symphonic Music for San Antonio  (SMSA). This successorship includes the existing collective bargaining agreement with the musicians, which expires on August 31, 2017. Questions about how the new organization planned to handle this critical element …

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If Your Website Doesn’t Already Have A SSL Cert, You’re Going To Need One


Back in April 2017, Google published a blog post announcing some big changes designed to move websites toward improved security standards. You’re probably familiar with their existing measures which include showing big, full page warnings when visiting a page collecting credit card information that is not secure. Here’s how Google describes the next step in this process. “Starting October 2017, Chrome (version 62) will show a “NOT SECURE” warning when users …

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