Initially designed with nonprofit fundraising in mind, Salesforce’s Accounting Subledger can also significantly benefit universities that need to manage complex transactions with payables, receivables, and interdepartmental transfers. Many departments use CRMs like Salesforce to track grants, services, and more. Subledger provides a way to link operational data effectively and efficiently with...
By Jennetta George, AI/ML Specialist Leader
Graph Databases are the (not-so-) new must-have in your tech stack. Over the past few decades, more and more tech giants ( Facebook , Twitter, and Google leading the way) have started migrating data into graph databases to not only store and retrieve data in a highly scalable way, but also incorporate models on graph structures to produce highly effective recommendations. What makes graph...
By Austin Wilson, Consultant
Salesforce’s mission is to empower organizations to connect with their audiences in a whole new way. The on-demand training modules of Salesforce’s Trailhead program make it even easier to use as they provide no-barrier access and an equal playing field for adopting the cloud. Whether you are a super user or accidental admin, Trailhead supplies essential resources to navigate all the features...
By Bruce Matthews, Associate Director, Federal Services
As the field of cyber threat intelligence (CTI) evolves and coalesces around standard practices, invoking the threat intelligence cycle and attack frameworks/models, it is useful to think outside of the proverbial box to leverage foundational security principles to help protect your department, agency, and/or organization and those it serves. In this post, I provide an overview of the concept and...
By Aaron Crosman, Senior Specialist
2020 has certainly been a wild ride thus far. While the passing of time has ebbed and flowed, end-of-year deadlines are approaching at a frenzied pace. Believe it or not, Giving Tuesday 2020 is less than two months away. With so much happening this year, many organizations that would normally be well into preparations are suddenly scrambling to get started. Maybe you’re just jumping into the fray...

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