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They are both good operating systems, but unexpected compatibility problems are inevitable. If your group does not have a technician available, it is best not to take chances. If your group has more Macintosh users, however, you may decide to stick with them and exclude PCs, but this is a more difficult road to travel. • Make sure that all computers have the Windows XP operating system installed. Sometimes donated computers are wiped clean and arrive with no operating system. This means that you will have to install a new one.
Additional Costs Hardware and software are not the only costs. How many people will have to be trained to use both hardware and software? This will be a good opportunity to get everyone involved in computerization, and so extensive training will be required for the whole group. Whether you bring in a professional trainer or use your own staff and volunteers, training is a big investment. It requires substantial time that could be spent on other activities. 17 N O N P R O F I T E S S E N T I A L S : M a n a g i n g Te c h n o l o g y Most people find it easier to master PowerPoint than learn to use a database program effectively.
Emphasize diversity on the tech team. Involve volunteers, board members, administrators, staff, and even clients. Emphasize continuity. The tech team’s job is not finished when the technology plan is written. may be sufficient to get started, but the staff will soon need more computers. No matter what an organization’s focus, it is all but inevitable that it will need to expand its computer capability, but how rapidly? How much can the organization afford to spend and what does it hope to accomplish?