Program proposals and results, employee records, volunteer lists, donor contributions, marketing plans, financial records, correspondence files, reference material, are just a few examples of the information resources that organizations must keep track of. The act of saving information must become a habit, the ease of retrieval must be effortless, and the storage capacity should reflect the advances that are available to small and medium-sized nonprofit organizations. With the advent of the large-capacity zip drives and writeable CDs, in-house management of information is getting easier.