Saturday, January 08, 2005

Finding tech help

I get asked a lot about tech questions by clients, and people who write me on AllExperts.com. Where can I get tech help? how do I find it? who can I trust? are all pretty common questions. And, I have two starting places for pretty much everyone....

TechSoup's Tech Finder, which is terrific., and NPower's local consultant group finder

If you need tech help, start with your local United Way, Community Foundation, or Management Services Organization. Talk to your state association of nonprofits, your peer organizations, and see what's out there. Tech help is often a call or two away for a small organization, and you can find competent people who do good work for reasonable costs. And remember, with complex things like tech and HR, you get what you pay for. Don't ask for too much for free......


2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hi! I am working with an NGO based in Ghana, West Africa and we are looking for somewhere to host a web page. Do you know anywhere that will give us a deal or even donate the space? Any ideas you have will be more than welcome. Thanks for your help!
Megan
fairbam@lycos.com

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