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Smartphones – iPhone vs Android

I get asked for smartphone recommendations a lot. So I decided to put both platforms to the test and see which I like best today, and why!

Protecting Your Data– Is It Really Worth the Hassle?

The value of some church assets is difficult to assess. Personnel, congregational goodwill, and data are just a few examples of assets whose value is usually understood only once it's gone. None of us would say our data has no value to the organization, but trying to figure out what it's worth so we can adequately protect it is challenging. Data is one of the most valuable assets a church has. Protecting it isn't difficult, but must be approached as deliberately and strategically as fire and security protection.

Newer Software Charity Licensing Includes Social Engineering

Some new software charity licensing agreements include social engineering non-discrimination requirements. Which are they? What do they require churches and nonprofits to agree to? And are you safe to just accept them?

Common Church IT Mistakes, Part 1

This series will cover some of the most common mistakes churches make in this vital area based on many years of church IT consulting.

Technologically Taking Attendance in Churches

While at a meeting of church business administrators of very large churches recently the topic of taking attendance came up. This common topic challenges most in church management. In this particular meeting, however, someone shared a technological solution they're using that is bringing good results!

Surprising Email Facts

© 2014 by Nick B. Nicholaou, all rights reserved
President, Ministry Business Services, Inc.
Reprinted from Christian Computing Magazine 

Did you know that email, when sent from your email server to another, may be vulnerable and readable by the public? Or that the route between you and your recipient’s email server may include more than a dozen destinations in different countries?

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