At TechSoup Canada, we believe that nonprofit organizations in Canada (registered charities or not) are changing the world every day. Making access to donated software available to the nonprofit sector as a whole has been a goal of ours since our launch in 2009.
Adobe, Symantec and 16 other donor partners open eligibility to nonprofits
What is Open Source? Part 2: Case Studies
TechSoup Canada Wins Minister’s Award
We are thrilled to announce that TechSoup Canada won the “Minister’s Award” at the Ontario Trillium Foundation Great Grant Awards 2012. This award is given to organizations that demonstrate a significant impact on the community.
Facebook Timeline for Pages Super-Guide
What is Open Source? Part 1: Introduction
A View of the Cloud from Poland
Cloud computing has been around since the Internet, and everyone who is connected uses it one way or another. If you asked someone in a Polish NGO if they know about or are using the cloud, they probably wouldn't know what you are talking about.
Voices from the Community: Donor Management Software
This post originally appeared on TechSoup.org's blog and was written by Michael DeLong, Online Community Manager at TechSoup Global
Voices from the Community is an ongoing series of blog posts culling popular topics of interest from the TechSoup Community Forums and other online community channels.
Toronto Net Tuesday Recap - Preparing for a Website Redesign
In Which Technology and Poetry Join Forces
David Brydges, one of the attendees of this week's Toronto Net Tuesday on "Preparing for a Website Redesign" wrote this poem about his experience at the event. David is the Artistic Director for the Spring Pulse Poetry Festival, the largest poetry festival in Northern Ontario.
MEETING SUCCESS by David Clayson Brydges
The digital net was cast
into the Toronto city sea.
Tuesday eve all
captains and dreamers