Three Ways Small(er) Nonprofits Can Do More with Data

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Learn how AWS can support your nonprofit's goals related to data.

Nonprofits of all sizes can face challenges with managing and analyzing their data. From collecting and storing information to using it to make informed decisions, managing data can be time-consuming and resource-intensive. Fortunately,AWS provides a range of solutions that can help nonprofits manage data more efficiently and effectively.

Below are 3 ways nonprofits can use AWS for their data-related needs:

Data Storage One of the biggest challenges nonprofits face is managing large amounts of data. AWS provides a range of storage solutions, including Amazon S3 (Simple Storage Service) and Amazon Glacier. These services allow nonprofits to store data securely and at a low cost, and to access it quickly and easily when needed. AWS also provides tools for data migration, making it easy for nonprofits to move their data to the cloud.

Data Analysis Data is extremely valuable if it can be analyzed and turned into insights. AWS provides a range of data analysis tools, including Amazon Redshift and Amazon EMR (Elastic MapReduce). These services enable nonprofits to analyze large amounts of data quickly and efficiently, and to visualize the results in a way that makes sense to stakeholders.

Data Security Nonprofits are tasked to keep their data secure, both to protect sensitive information and to comply with regulations. AWS provides a range of security services, including encryption and identity and access management, to ensure that data is protected at all times.

To learn more about all things related to data, visit the AWS Nonprofits website and start a conversation!

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