Webinar: Church in the Cloud TEST

Things You Should Know Before Moving Your Church To The Cloud


Tuesday, June 22nd 11:00am CST

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In this webinar, we are breaking down the benefits, considerations, costs, and savings of moving your church over to the cloud.

Do you wish you or your staff had a better understanding of what the cloud is, how it works, or why it’s so helpful? Cloud storage is such an amazing tool that allows for access to your saved files whenever, wherever, on multiple devices, increased storage space, and easy sharing and collaborating on files.


While moving an entire church or organization over to a cloud-based solution is extremely beneficial, there are some important considerations to make before doing so – it’s not quite as easy as just pressing a button. Lesser-known things to consider include:

  • “Hidden” costs
  • Cloud security
  • Potentially necessary software & hardware updates
  • Deciding how much cloud storage you actually need – it’s unlimited, but potentially costly


We’re going to talk about all of this and more! Our desire for this webinar is to present you with the important things you need to know about how the cloud works in a church setting, equip you to start thinking about the right questions to ask, and help you understand what your options are if you are considering switching to the cloud.

Our Presenter

Travis Phipps is the Director of Technology at Enable Ministry Partners and has been with us for over 10 years. In addition to being Enable’s resident cybersecurity expert, he helps manage our team of engineers and technicians and works closely with them to oversee Enable’s technology strategy and direction for our clients. Travis is a preacher’s kid who loves serving churches through technology at Enable, doing exactly what God clearly built him to do. He lives in Wylie, Texas with his wife and two children.

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