If you need to transfer large files, such as .PSD (Photoshop), .AI (Illustrator) or video, to someone outside of your nonprofit, what do you use? You may be tempted to say “email of course!” but email clients generally have a file limit of 10 to 100mb for email attachments. If your file exceeds this limit, email is not a viable option.
5 Simple, Free Ways to Send Large Files
3 Crowdfunding Tips from Experts
Crowdfunding has gained widespread popularity in the nonprofit sector and the momentum doesn’t seem to be slowing down. There are literally hundreds of crowdfunding platforms on the Internet and it seems like a new crowdfunding website is developed every week.With all of these crowdfunding platforms to choose from, it can be difficult to know which will be the most effective for your nonprofit.
5 Year Anniversary Awards: Most Active TechSoup Canada Members
Today, we want to honour our most active members. Whether they are a charity, nonprofit organization, qualify for Microsoft or not, these nonprofits have shown their commitment to the importance of technology in achieving their mission by requesting the most amount of technology donations.
CRM Case Study: Cambridge Self Help Food Bank and Sumac
5 Year Anniversary Awards: Longstanding TechSoup Canada Members
Today, we want to honour our members who have been using our technology donations program the longest, even before TechSoup Canada was established in Canada. These nonprofits have shown their commitment to investing in affordable technologies, allowing them to direct more money towards their mission.
CRM Case Study: Maytree Foundation and Salesforce
Support Ending for Windows XP and Office 2003
5 Year Anniversary Awards: Most Resourceful TechSoup Canada Members
A Reflection on 5 Years of TechSoup Canada
Wow, it’s hard to imagine that another year has gone by! At the beginning of each year, we take the opportunity to let you know what’s been keeping us busy and what we’ve got coming up. 2014 is a big milestone for us at TechSoup Canada, as it marks five years of serving Canadian nonprofits. As the Executive Director, I see this both as an opportunity for celebration as well as reflection on the needs of the nonprofit sector, how we can continue to be relevant and have an impact in the years to come.
Three Best Practices for Using Technology
It's the start of a new year and we've just looked at five high-tech trends and five nonprofit tech trends. While it's fun predicting all the trends in technology, we believe it's also important to remember best practices to ensure we use technology effectively. Here are three best practices that are essential to a nonprofit’s success: