Aujourd'hui, nous partageons des nouvelles concernant Microsoft et une mise à jour sur les modifications apportées à leur programme de don sur TechSoup Canada. Nous avons résumé ci-dessous les modifications de Microsoft annoncées dans leur article de blogue qui peuvent influencer votre expérience TechSoup Canada. Veuillez prendre quelques minutes pour l’étudier, afin que vous puissiez planifier efficacement vos besoins technologiques.
By: Chris Peters
This article was adapted from TechSoup's MaintainIT Project, an
effort funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to gather and
distribute stories around maintaining and supporting public computers.
Originally published September 22, 2009, this article was updated
September 18, 2014 to remove old links and outdated sections.
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