Nonprofit Newsletter
  February 2016   

Adam Westgerdes
to Present at AUDC

Let us know if you'll be attending the Austin conference in March by emailing John Haney

To learn more about
Adam's class on
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Run MIP in Your Own Private Cloud
Many organizations have begun looking into hosting their MIP software as it oftentimes helps reduce the cost of ownership.  

Did you know DWD offers hosted MIP Fund Accounting software solutions for nonprofit and government organizations?  With a hosted solution, you are able to access your solution and data remotely while experiencing the same great product and support you have come to expect with your MIP Fund Accounting software.

Learn the advantages of hosting your MIP software.

If you would like to learn about the benefits of hosting your MIP system, please contact John Haney at or 800.232.8913.
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Abila's 2016 Nonprofit Accounting Predictions
Would you have predicted these nonprofit trends?

It can be difficult to get your bearings in this changing nonprofit sector.  To help you chart a course for the new year, Abila has unveiled what they predict will most significantly impact nonprofit accounting in 2016. 
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Spring 2016 MIP User Group Meetings
Be sure to save the date today!

Indianapolis, IN
Thursday, May 12th  - 1:00 - 4:00pm EDT

Toledo, OH
Wednesday, May 18th - 1:00 - 4:00pm EDT

Canton, OH
Thursday, May 19th - 9:00am - Noon EDT

Fort Wayne, IN
Tuesday, May 24th - 9:00am - Noon EDT

Live Webcast
Tuesday, May 24th - 2:00 - 4:00pm EDT  
Full meeting agenda & details to come! 
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Ransomware - A Growing Problem
Don't let your computer and data be taken hostage.  Learn how to protect yourself and your organization.  

Just when we learned how to effectively deal with viruses and malware, another type of malicious software has come along called Ransomware.  Although it doesn't wear a bandana or mask to hide its identity, ransomware acts just like a criminal holding a hostage captive until a sum of money is paid.  Only, the hostage is your computer and its data.

Ransomware has been around long enough for security professionals to find ways to prevent it.  They've also learned the best steps to take if your computer has been compromised.

Learn about ransomware and how to protect yourself.