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Navigating Church IT to Protect the Church

Balancing risks with helpful technology for congregations and staff.

Navigating Church IT to Protect the Church

Nick B. Nicholaou serves as president of MBS Inc., based in Huntington Beach, California. In his role with MBS—which stands for Ministry Business Services—Nicholaou has served churches as an IT (Information Technology) consultant and strategist for many years. Since 1987, he has helped churches through a number of IT transitions, and he wrote the Christianity Today book Church IT. I spoke with him about how churches should approach IT.

Churches tend to be open, welcoming places with a heart for saving the lost. What potential risks can this create when it comes to IT risk management?

Churches today offer WiFi access for their guests as part of being a welcoming organization. They want to provide an appropriate suite of services to help meet people's needs. But most churches do not strategically approach how to set up the WiFi for those needs.

I talk in my book, Church IT: Strategies ...

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  • June 22, 2016

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