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What Nonprofits Can Do to Take Cybersecurity Seriously

Posted Mar 13, 2023 03:20 PM
Having a stable and secure computer network is the first step in protecting your employee, volunteer, donor, and client data. Research has found that most nonprofits have few measures to protect against cyber-attacks – which is why our sector is being targeted.

Don't go at it alone or put all this responsibility on your most tech-savvy staffer!

501 Commons provides IT Infrastructure Services. Our staff of nine IT administrators, engineers, and consultants can support your technology for a fraction of the cost of an internal staff person. We now offer three tailored options. All include access to a help desk during business hours; an annual network health assessment; managing and monitoring your network for instability, threats, and breaches; antivirus protection; and backup software.

All you need to do is fill out this form to give us some information on your organization and your needs, and we will get in touch to discuss these service options:

Tailored IT Service Options

  • Standard Managed Services A designated consultant (site visits based on your preferences) and help desk services.
  • Monitoring and Metered This lower-cost plan provides a reduced number of hours of help desk services and does not include regular consultant visits.
  • Augmented Services – This option is for organizations that have in-house IT staff. We can provide coverage during vacations and turnover, help you hire IT staff, and make our engineers available for issues that cannot be handled in-house or when demand surges.

IT consulting services, including cloud migration, SharePoint, multi-factor authentication, and other services, are also available.