Today’s non-profits operate against the backdrop of two major global challenges: climate change and the financial crisis. Can green solutions help non-profits stay afloat financially?
50 Twitter curious people attended last night's TechSoup Canada - Toronto Net Tuesday, "TwitterTalk"; at the Centre for Social Innovation. A panel of Toronto Twitter leaders presented about their successes and challenges of using Twitter to connect, build community, encourage involvement, and to fundraise.
By: Bandana Singh, Office Manager & Executive Assistant, Inspirit Foundation
By: Frédéric Julien, Project manager / Gestionnaire de projets, Canadian Arts Presenting Organization / L’assemblée canadienne des organismes artistiques (CAPACOA)
Note from Tierney: Live streaming is a great way to reach your supporters & members who are geographically distributed, and we're seeing more and more nonprofits interested in learning about how it works. We're posting this blog from Melissa and another blog coming up soon to provide two different perspectives/approaches to live streaming from nonprofits who've tried it for themselves. Have your own experience you'd like to share? Get in touch!
Microsoft has released the latest server edition of Windows. Windows Server enables a computer to manage file sharing, print sharing, and websites, and serves as a platform for running Exchange Server and SQL Server.
New Research: Cloud Technology and the Nonprofit Community/La technologie du "cloud" et le secteur communautaire
In 2012, TechSoup Canada, in partnership with TechSoup Global, conducted a survey of non-profits, charities, NGOs and social benefit organizations around the world to better understand the current state of their technology infrastructure, plus their future plans for adopting cloud technologies. With more than 10,500 respondents in 88 countries, we’re pleased to add this data to our ever-evolving resources for non-profits, foundations, and those who support them.
By: Jonathan Grover, iNotForProfit