In a recent blog post for BeyeNetwork, database technology expert Bill Inmon outlines ways in which organisations can improve their IT systems. Below are the four simple, yet key points charities should take note of, which could mean the difference between success and failure.
- Get involved and maintain control. Ensure you have trained team members who can resolve any IT problems, rather than bringing in outside help. This is proven to increase success rates.
- Don’t listen to all the hype surrounding technology. But be aware of current trends which could benefit your charity.
- Address problems as they arise. This will keep damage to a minimum.
- Use common sense and address problems directly.
Read the full blog post here.
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