Mark Your Calendars for the Nonprofit Talent & Culture Summit!

Datacponomy

The Nonprofit Talent & Culture Summit, April 18-20, Washington, DC is an immersive event where nonprofit and association leaders discuss concepts and ideas for advancing their missions through their people. Interact with high-quality leaders from the nonprofit sector.

Half of banking customers now using fintech

Network World

Financial technology (fintech) products and services are picking up tremendous steam, particularly with younger, tech-savvy and affluent customers, according to the World FinTech Report 2017 (WFTR), recently released by Capgemini, LinkedIn and Efma (a global nonprofit organization composed of banks and insurance companies). But even as fintech firms reshape the financial services landscape, customers are struggling to trust them.

ACC Foundation Releases Extensive State of Cybersecurity Report

CTOvision

Our clients include Fortune 500 companies, financial institutions, life sciences and technology companies, health systems, investors and developers, government agencies and sponsored enterprises, educational institutions, and nonprofit organizations. PPL forms program for nonprofit groups (republicanherald.com). Kickstarter CEO: Why We're a Benefits Corporation, Not a Nonprofit (entrepreneur.com). Katie Kennedy.

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Core Qualifications to Being Chief

A CIO's Voice

4 – BUSINESS ACUMEN: This core qualification involves the ability to manage human, financial, and information resources strategically. Competencies: financial management, human capital management, and technology management).

The Final DATA Act: Here’s What It Means, Here’s What It’ll Do

CTOvision

We expect President Obama will join a unanimous Congress, the Government Accountability Office , the tech industry , all of the major nonprofit transparency advocacy groups and open data advocates from across the spectrum — and sign the DATA Act. The final DATA Act requires them to adopt “common data elements for financial and payment information required to be reported by Federal agencies and [by] entities receiving Federal funds.” By HudsonHollister.

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