Technology can provide an unbounded world of opportunities to your organisation and the rise of technology in the not-for-profit workplace doesn’t look like it’ll be slowing down anytime soon. But it’s meant to make your life easier – not more complicated! So we’ve curated a Value Pack that will take you through the ins and outs of adopting technology easily and effectively with $250 value for only $130!
You’ll come away with the skills to:
- Choose the right technology for your organisation’s needs
- Keep your data safe
- Grow your online impact
- Ensure you know and abide by data laws
- Keep your hybrid workplace connected
Expert presenter Philip Manzano from Keela guides you through how to choose the tools your not-for-profit organisation should be using. He’ll break down the steps to research, evaluate and eventually adopt easy-to-use technology to help you increase your impact.
Prepare your not-for-profit to avoid and deal with a data breach with vital information and tips that will demystify cybersecurity. In this session, Justice Connect and law firm Wotton and Kearney provide you with practical tips to improve cyber security in your organisation and prepare a cyber incident response plan, and how to protect your organisation against the losses arising from a data breach.
Hybrid work has graduated to normalcy, but with organisations still reporting widespread difficulties managing this style of working, this session is just as relevant and necessary as ever. This webinar will help organisations understand what to consider for their technology and how to support their team through implementation.
This session, presented in partnership with Justice Connect, will cover the basic requirements for not-for-profits under the Australian Privacy Principles, and the practical measures you can take to meet your organisation’s legal standard when collecting, using, disclosing and storing personal information
The webinar focuses on providing organisations in the social sector tools to grow online and create a more powerful brand presence. It teaches key lessons from the private sector and big brands and how we can apply them in the social sector.