ArtsHacker’s Guide To Combating Post Net Neutrality Slowdowns: Stability and Security

25shares 1Share on Facebook 23Share on Twitter 1Share on LinkedIn 0 0While open source publishing platforms (WordPress, Drupal, Joomla, etc.) are loaded with positives, one of the growing challenges is making sure the combination of themes and plugins function as designed without conflicts following updates. If you think you can avoid the problem by simply ignoring updates, think again. They often include critical security updates that protect your site from hackers looking to exploit potential vulnerabilities. More often, updates include improvements and new features that keep your site running optimally across all … Read more

Leveraging The Growing Influence & Inclusion Of Giving Circles

16shares 1Share on Facebook 13Share on Twitter 1Share on LinkedIn 1 0I wrote about Giving Circles on my personal blog last June, noting that the number of Giving Circles in the U.S. is growing. The appeal of this form of philanthropy is that it that the structure, criteria, participation, mission, etc are adaptable to the needs of your particular group. Inside Philanthropy has noted that the composition of Giving Circles are also more diverse than institutional funding organizations. As giving circles grow, they engage more people often left out of institutional philanthropy—especially … Read more

Are You Ready For GDPR Compliance?

25shares 3Share on Facebook 16Share on Twitter 1Share on LinkedIn 4 1On May 25, 2018, the European Union’s (EU) new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) regulations related to personal data collection will go into effect.  A quick google search will produce a wide range of sources capable of providing an overview but in a nutshell, it means that if your organization processes personal data of EU citizens, you must comply with required consent measures. If your organization collects and stores user EU citizen data (often referred to in the regulations as “data … Read more

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