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Adobe Expands Eligibility to All Nonprofits!

Exciting news! Adobe has expanded the eligibility for their Donations Program to include organizations that were previously ineligible! As you may know, we work hard with our donor partners to open eligibility to as many groups as possible, so we are delighted to be expanding Adobe eligibility to all qualified nonprofit organizations.

5 Design Trends: 2016 is the Year of User Experience

Making predictions for the future is key to success, especially within the face-paced tech industry. Each year, TechSoup Canada predicts key tech and web design trends that will affect nonprofits the most. It’s our prediction that 2016 will be the year of user experience design. 

5 Tech Trends: 2016 is the Year of Interconnectivity

Making predictions for the future is key to success, especially within the face-paced tech industry. Each year, TechSoup Canada predicts key tech and web design trends that will affect nonprofits the most. It’s our prediction that 2016 will be the year of tech interconnectivity.

Pro Bono Tech Check Ups for Canadian Nonprofits!

Are you struggling with your current tech systems and processes? Lacking resources to address your own tech pain points? Great news - Community Corp is teaming up with Tata Consultancy services to provide Pro Bono Tech Check Ups to nonprofits in Canada!

There's limited capacity for the Tech Check Up program, so if your nonprofit would like to get free access to a team of tech consultants, be sure to sign up.

How to Tell if an Email is a Scam

The vast majority of security breaches are not caused by an astoundingly skilled hacker; they’re caused by scammers. These malicious social engineers try to trick people into giving them information that is valuable in itself (such as credit card information) or could lead to a treasure trove of data to be sold on the black market.

What Are the Benefits and Drawbacks of Cloud Computing?

What is 'the cloud', and is a move to the cloud right for your nonprofit or library? To help you decide, this article discusses what organizations should know before taking the plunge.

Why your nonprofit should consider Box for cloud storage

Box is a cloud-based file sharing and collaboration tool. Users drag and drop files or entire folder structures into Box and distribute them via a “Share” button. It's the most affordable option for nonprofits and has a number of useful features that differentiates it from other similar tools.

Choosing the Right Budgeting Software Solution for Nonprofits

It’s tough sometimes to stay on point with so many factors competing for your attention on a daily basis – but processes are what support the very foundation of your work. One of the most critical decisions you can make is selecting the right budgeting software solution ‘out of the gate.’

What You Need to Know About Microsoft Office 365 Nonprofits

Microsoft Office 365 Nonprofit allows you to have the full capabilities and secure environment of installed software along with the collaborative, anywhere, anytime availability of the cloud. If you have some questions about going completely online, especially if you're working with sensitive information, read on.

Canadian privacy law, cloud computing and how it applies to nonprofits

Cloud computing has many exciting benefits for nonprofits, but it also raises some questions about privacy. Since I often get asked about the privacy implications of the cloud for Canadian nonprofits and charities, I’ll share what I’ve learned so far in this blog. Most of what I'm sharing here is the legal context which is helpful for understanding the environment, but it might not be the detail you need to make a specific decision.