Learning About Small Computer SystemsAssembled by Carter McNamara, MBA, PhD
Information referenced from this page provides a basic overview of small computer systems, including hardware and software. (The library includes a related, comprehensive set of subtopics in All About Computers, Internet & Web.)
Sections of This Topic Include
Related Library Topics
Overview of Small Computer SystemsLearning about computers (many resources)
Click and Learn About Computers
CPU and Memory Speed
Top 5 Tips for Buying a New Computer
Advanced Guide About Managing TechnologyHow Well Does Your Organization Manage Technology?
How to Keep Your Online Business Information Secure
Online TutorialsOn-Line Technology Tutorials from Around the World Wide Web
Free Computer Tutorials
Online Tutorial Resources
Miscellaneous LinksComputer Virus Myths home page
Business Technology Management
Reference MaterialsFOLDOC - Computing Dictionary
Net Lingo Dictionary
For the Category of Information Technology:
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- The Accidental Techie: Supporting, Managing, and Maximizing Your Nonprofit's Technology
- by Carter McNamara, published by Authenticity Consulting, LLC. This hands-on guide walks you through five projects that, when completed, will give you a comprehensive and usable support system, including for 1) conducting a technology inventory, 2) assessing and supporting staff, 3) assessing and buying technology, 4) protecting your organization from disasters and data loss, and 5) managing your role. Includes ready-to-use templates, worksheets and sample policies, and also 135 resources on topics such as funding, discussion groups, application service providers, web site development, donor management software, and a security policy checklist. Also explains steps for creating a database that gives you the reports you need. Includes a glossary of terms every techie should know.