Last week, we reported on a recent NetSquared London Meetup that investigated the IT tools that can be used to operate nonprofits inexpensively and effectively. We also showed how organizations can tackle the process of finding the tech that helps the most when you don't necessarily have the time to research. In part 2, we look at people's favorite tools.
The 50-plus people who attended the recent NetSquared London Meetup all had a chance to nominate and vote for their favorite productivity tools. Mentimeter.com was used to collect votes and, from the findings, a word cloud was produced showing the popularity of various tools.
NetSquared London co-organizer Kate White of Superhighways also put together an e-link list of all the tools that were mentioned in the show-and-tell section.
Here's a roundup of some of the ones that generated the most discussion:
Open-source platforms allow scalability and greater control, but aren't necessarily right for everyone. Check out the Open Charity meetup if you're interested in learning more about open-source technologies.
Find out how charities can tackle the process of finding the tech that helps the most when you don't necessarily have the time to research by reading part 1 of this series.
This blog post was written by Austin Clark. It was originally published on the Charity Digital News blog.
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