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CTT and Techsoup release the results of their recent Global Cloud Survey. Read on for details.
|In 2012, CTT, in partnership with TechSoup Global, conducted a survey of not-for-profits, charities, and social benefit organisations around the world to better understand the current state of their technology infrastructure, plus their future plans for adopting cloud technologies. With more than 10,500 respondents in 88 countries, we're pleased to add this data to our ever-evolving resources for NGOs, foundations, and those who support them.|
Not-for-profits are using the Cloud. 90% of respondents worldwide indicated using some type of cloud technology, from "light" services like email and social networking to "heavy" services like databases and web conferencing.
There are barriers. Our survey found that lack of knowledge is the biggest barrier to additional cloud adoption, cited by 86% of the global respondents. Lack of knowledge was consistently cited as a barrier across geographies and organisation sizes.
We also found that:
How does your Not-for-Profit compare? In the report, we broke down what cloud applications not-for-profits are currently using and plan to use in the future, on a global and regional level. If you're wondering if your fellow organisations are using cloud-based tools like office and accounting programs, and collaboration software, our report has the answers.
And more! Find out about our key findings. Learn about the current state of cloud computing at Not-for-Profits around the world, what these organisations see as the challenges and advantages of cloud technology, and how your own organisation's technology stacks up.
Access the Report here (opens in new window).
We had three objectives in mind when we conducted this survey:
In short, our hope is that understanding not-for-profits' perspective on the cloud will not only provide insights for not-for-profits but will also help CTT, TechSoup Global, and others better support not-for-profits in making informed decisions about whether cloud solutions are right for them.
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