The contribution of new technology can make a big difference to a non-profit organization that’s used to running on a barebones IT system.  Earlier this month, Eric Townsend, Intel director of MSP and SMB Marketing, took part in a day-long IT transformation for Mission Arlington, a Texas ministry that provides assistance to up to 1000 people a day.  Watch this video, and see the good things that can happen when people and organizations work together for the benefit of others.


The makeover brought together Intel, the Coffee Coaching team and some 100 volunteers from HTG to deploy a new state-of-the art IT system for Mission Arlington. The system was built with contributed technology from Intel, Microsoft and HP, and included new PCs running Intel® vPro Technology to provide the mission with increased IT security and the capacity for remote management and repair.


Now, Mission Arlington can focus on its services and ministry with faster and easier access to information, plus make use of more tools and resources for reaching and serving people in need, all while trusting that its data is safe.


It’s all part of doing the right thing and giving back to the community. Mission Arlington now has the perfect IT architecture for their needs, so they can better serve the needs of others.