IT for Non-Profits

Get Support that Furthers Your Mission

Leverage Our Virtual CIO

What do we mean by a Virtual Chief Information Officer? Your non-profit organization needs a part-time IT manager and strategist that can take care of your technology while you focus on your mission. 

Chris and Now IT Works offer 

  • Annual or quarterly meetings with you and your board of directors to plan your technology road map and evaluate your current technology 
  • Strategic planning and process that allows you to focus on fundraising and communicate with your donors more effectively
  • A unique understanding of the challenges and constraints that most non-profits face (with 20+ years helping Connecticut non-profits grow)
  • A sense of empowerment when it comes to your technology (with regard to strategy, productivity, and data security)
  • Proactive cybersecurity measures such as anti-virus,  MFA, cloud storage, data recovery, and easy password management

Call for Live Help

Technology issues happen. That means a disruption in your vital every day operations. As a client, you’ll be able to call our CT-based help desk during business hours to have issues handled swiftly and efficiently. Plus, our proactive support team keeps you in the loop, so you know when to expect a resolution. Free up your in-house team to focus on your operations. 

Our non-profit clients call our help desk when they: 

  • Have a pressing problem with their technology (software glitches, network access, login, printer, data recovery, data sharing, email issue, etc.)
  • Face a nagging repeat issue (our support team is great at catching these and reducing repeat issues when they arise)
  • Need a long-term solution or fix that our team can put on the project list
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Get Reliable Cybersecurity

Unfortunately, cybercriminals stand to make too much profit by targeting your organization. 

Chris will work with you to determine the best approach for each of the following:

  • Multi-Factor-Authentication (best practices and ease of use)
  • Anti-virus software
  • Patching 
  • Email spam filters and policies 
  • Ransomware protection
  • Zero-trust policies