Common IT Mistakes Churches Make – A New Book Helps Avoid These

During decades of work as an IT consultant and strategist for churches and ministries, author Nick Nicholaou has seen many common and costly IT mistakes churches make. One of the most common mistakes is not buying the right hardware. Churches often over buy, under buy, or buy hardware built locally. In his newly updated and expanded book Church IT, Nick helps churches avoid this and other mistakes.

This book also helps churches:
Understand the mission of technology within their church and how to ensure technology best serves their church’s needs

Find the best solutions when choosing hardware and software for their church

Retain, train, and manage staff and volunteers

Set up secure networks, use the cloud, and back up and recover data
Church leaders will be empowered to address the technological questions and needs specific to their situation.

Church IT: Using Information Technology for the Mission of the Church released this month and is available on

Nick Nicholaou is president of MBS, an IT consulting firm specializing in church and ministry computer networks, VoIP, and private cloud hosted services.

(SOURCE: Christianity Today via Christian Newswire)

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