Here is a list of informative publications that you may want to subscribe to.
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"InformationWeek is the business technology market's foremost multimedia brand. We recognize that business technology executives use various platforms for different reasons throughout the technology decision-making process, and we develop our content accordingly. The real-world IT experience and expertise of our editors, reporters, bloggers, and analysts have earned the trust of our business technology executive audience.
InformationWeek is the anchor brand for the InformationWeek Business Technology Network -- a powerful portfolio of resources that span the technology market, including security with DarkReading.com, storage with ByteandSwitch.com, application architecture with IntelligentEnterprise.com, network architecture with NetworkComputing.com, communications with NoJitter.com and internet innovation with InternetEvolution.com. Through its multi-media platform and unique content-in-context information distribution system, the InformationWeek Business Technology Network provides trusted information developed both by editors and real-world IT professionals delivered how and when business technology executives want it, 24/7."
Information Gathered From: www.informationweek.com
"The Philanthropy Journal is an independent voice and champion for nonprofits and their supporters. Through a daily website and free, weekly email bulletin, we deliver nonprofit news, resources, announcements and job listings. The Philanthropy Journal is a program of the Institute for Nonprofits at NC State University in Raleigh, N.C"
Information Gathered From: www.philanthropyjournal.org/about.
"Online NPQ is a source for information and dialogue about democratic activism and about the organizations and movements that are a part of that. In print Nonprofit Quarterly is a serious management journal which is research based but geared to practitioner use."
Information Gathered From: http://www.nonprofitquarterly.org/about.html
Third Sector New England
"Third Sector New England provides management and leadership resources to help nonprofits support healthy, just communities. With a staff of dedicated non-profit professionals, TSNE is an effective fiscal sponsor, convener, consultant and grantmaker, offering a unique blend of capacity-building programs and services. Our work also complements that of the funding community and other capacity builders.
Founded in 1959 as the Massachusetts Health Research Institute, we have expanded our programs over the past half century to serve nonprofits throughout New England and New York (as a fiscal sponsor). Our training, publications, and both online and print resources reach a national audience. And we are part of numerous national collaborations, often working across sectors, to increase the knowledge, power and effectiveness of the non-profit community."
Information Gathered From: www.tsne.org
"Energize, Inc. is an international training, consulting and publishing firm specializing in volunteerism. If these words are in your vocabulary--community service, membership development, auxiliary, community organizing, service-learning, lay ministry, pro bono work, supporter, friends group, political activist, service club-- we can help!! Founded in 1977, Energize has assisted organizations of all types with their volunteer efforts--whether they are health and human service organizations, cultural arts groups, professional associations, or schools."
Information Gathered From: http://www.energizeinc.com/ener/ener.html