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Bad technology kills people: The ethics of good IT decisions

Deborah Elizabeth Finn, Tech Networks of Boston

Friday, November 22, 2013 from 3:00 PM to 4:30 PM (EST)

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Dear Colleagues and Friends,

Tech Networks of Boston (TNB) hosts roundtables every other Friday afternoon. These are informal discussions and presentations, on a wide range of topics of interest to TNB's staff, nonprofit clients, and friends.

Our featured speaker on November 22nd will be David Gleason, TNB's vice president of programs.

Here's what David says about the topic of this session:

"Organizations depend on information systems to succeed in their work.  Great systems are easy, fast, reliable and cost-effective.  Bad ones lose critical data.  The ethics of accumulated decisions directly affect outcomes.  This session will use real-world examples of success and failure.  Discussion will focus on your needs and current issues in your organization."

Please note that this will not be a sales pitch for any product or service; it will be an educational opportunity for nonprofit professionals to learn along with their peers from other organizations.

We hope that you can join us for a lively conversation!  Please respond to this invitation, to let us know whether you'll be attending.

Best regards from Deborah

P.S. I'm always looking for suggestions from nonprofit professionals about topics and formats for these sessions.  Please don't hesitate to be in touch with your ideas!

Deborah Elizabeth Finn  | Senior Technical Advisor and Strategist
Tech Networks of Boston
1 Wadleigh Place  |South Boston, MA  02127
617.504.8188|888.527.9333 Fax
deborah@techboston.com | techboston.com

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Friday, November 22, 2013 from 3:00 PM to 4:30 PM (EST)


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Deborah Elizabeth Finn, Tech Networks of Boston

Tech Networks of Boston helps mission-based organizations in Greater Boston enhance their effective use of information technology. Our services include IT strategic planning and assessment services, IT services management, project management, data integration, software development, web design, systems engineering, training, deskside support, and 24/7 support services including end-user support, remote server monitoring and emergency onsite service.

In addition to providing IT Services, Tech Networks of Boston engages with nonprofits in the Boston area. Our initiatives include our Roundtable events and our IT Community of Practice. These groups provide nonprofit professionals and consultants with networking and professional development opportunities.

TNB is also a leader in service to the community. We contribute financially and through hands-on work. Our partnerships include talent development with the Shriver Job Corps, protecting our climate with the Climate Action Business Association, and promoting nonprofit fundraisers through our Boston Charity Events newsletter and website. Participating generously and responsibly in our local, business, client and world communities are a core value of TNB.

Tech Networks of Boston is a Massachusetts Benefit corporation and a Certified B Corporation, underlining our commitment to serving triple bottom line values of "People, Planet, and Profit". Our mission is to enable organizations to use innovative and effective tools to serve human needs.

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