HTTP vs. HTTPS: are you wondering what the difference is? To answer your question, "https" stands for Hyper Text Transfer Protocol with a Secure Sockets Layer (SSL). You'll need one if you want your website to appear in search results, and if you don't want a warning message to appear when users enter your website.
The cyber security disasters large companies such as Home Depot and Target face seem far afield from the concerns and issues faced by nonprofits. However, similar to major corporations, nonprofits are a feeding ground of financial and personal information on which hackers are eager to prey.
Just like your health, your website needs periodic check-ups. And like high cholesterol or blood pressure, there are a few clear indicators that your nonprofit's website requires remedial action. We want to lend you a helping hand with a checklist of 7 areas that need your attention. With this quick review, you're just steps away from a fully functioning[…]
Maintaining a website is tricky work, especially when you're a nonprofit with limited resources and time. However tedious, it is absolutely essential. A poorly maintained website will cost you, not just figuratively, but in donations. In an industry where trust is of the utmost importance, losing credibility from a poorly maintained site is not an option.
The internet is a designed to be a free place to share knowledge and resources, to connect each other from all across of the world. In this age of convenience, it is far too easy to forget about demographics who use the internet differently.