You heard about cloud computing, about how effective and efficient it
is, but you’re not sure how to actually implement it into your
day-to-day work? Or perhaps you received a donation of Google for Nonprofits, but are just learning the basics of Google apps?
Would you like to be able to access email and files on the go, work with
staff and volunteers at different locations, and keep your IT costs
down? Good news - Office 365, one of the leading solutions for bringing
your back office to the cloud, have donated and discount plans for nonprofits and charities in
Is your staff spread across several
locations? Do you have a limited budget for IT support like installations and
upgrades? Are your staff and volunteers requesting to work from personal
devices, such as their smartphones or tablets? Your nonprofit or charity might
be ready to migrate to the cloud. But you might also have some trepidation
about going completely online, especially if you're working with sensitive
Office 365 for Nonprofits allows you to have both: the full capabilities
and secure environment of installed software with the collaborative, anywhere
availability of the cloud.
Do you find that you’re wasting time when working with others - sending files back and forth, looking for buried emails that contained important information, keeping track of who’s working on what? Maybe this is happening internally, or with your board, or between branches. Since most nonprofits rely primarily on email (or paper), almost everyone has this problem. In this review, we’re going to take a look at software for team project management/collaboration that will help you out with these issues.