Tuesday’s #AppleEvent brought great news – two new iPhone models, the new Apple Watch and the Apple Pay. These much-anticipated releases didn’t fail to deliver great new bells and whistles, and with the Apple Watch, a completely new mobile technology with features that haven’t been grappled with.
Apple is known for its innovation and quality products. But they’re also the source of frustration for many companies who’ve got to shell out cash every time there’s a system update to make sure their apps are compatible.
It seems like there’s something new out every single month. And while it’s simple for me to just adopt the next best thing to come through and integrate it into my life, there are many more steps involved when integrating new technology into the business world.
Having a technology strategy is pretty important for your organization. Having this strategy and a few filters for technology will help you pace your nonprofit organization – and your budget – for new technology. Here are a few things to think about:
Who’s going to be the first to get the new iPhone? Tell me how it works – I’m not eligible for an upgrade yet!
Some other great nonprofit technology resources you might want to check out: