AWS Government, Education, & Nonprofits Blog

Category: Nonprofit

What is Peacetech? A New Environment Brings New Opportunity

From Kenya to Colombia, Afghanistan to Indonesia, media and technology is being used in innovative ways to counter age-old drivers of conflict, ranging from election violence and inter-ethnic tension, to resource shortages and gender violence. The spread of technology is producing a transformation in conflict management and peacebuilding. Peacetech is a new industry that brings […]

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Improving Security with Cloud Computing: Six Advantages of Cloud Security

Security is our number one priority, and at AWS, we have comprehensive security capabilities to protect virtually any workload. Through AWS Security services, we provide the opportunities to protect your data, monitor security-related activity, and receive automated responses. This gives our customers the ability to increase their security posture in the cloud, deliver more agile […]

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Amazon Receives ACORE’s Corporate Innovation and Leadership Award in Renewable Energy

At last night’s American Council on Renewable Energy’s (ACORE) 15th Anniversary Gala in Washington D.C, Amazon received the Corporate Innovation and Industry Leadership Award in recognition of Amazon’s commitment to renewable energy. Spanning retail, devices, media, cloud computing and more, Amazon is pioneering new products and services on behalf of customers to build a more […]

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Introduction to AWS for Nonprofits & NGOs

Each day, nonprofit organizations around the world are focused on achieving their missions. Whether they fight for the environment, work to achieve medical breakthroughs, preserve the arts, or focus on building social good, with Amazon Web Services nonprofits are able to run lean, freeing them to be fast, agile, and even global, while still being […]

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The Future of the Family History Industry

RootsTech, hosted by FamilySearch.org, is the largest family history conference in the world. “As the name implies, technology is key to achieving our mission and is core to the tools that make the family history industry more effective,” said Bruce Band, VP of Community Outreach in the Records and Partners Division at FamilySearch.org. Technology, such as […]

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Solving Problems with Open Data Imagery: Q&A with DigitalGlobe and HOT

This week at SatSummit, DigitalGlobe, Inc. announced a push for open data imagery to solve challenging problems that involve location, mapping, and intelligence. We spoke with Kevin Bullock, Director of Business Development at DigitalGlobe and Cristiano Giovando, Director of Technology of the Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team. Check out the below Q&A to learn about what they […]

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Healthcare and the Cloud: Futureproofing the U.S. Healthcare System

From minor regulatory adjustments to landmark reforms, state and local Health and Human Services (HHS) agencies are constantly adapting to changing requirements to provide vital benefits for the citizens they serve. Policy changes or initiatives to improve social and clinical outcomes often require a modernization of systems to manage eligibility determination, benefits enrollment, claims adjudication, […]

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