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As nonprofits across the globe work to meet the needs of those they serve, it becomes increasingly difficult to dedicate precious resources to the latest technology advancements.
Microsoft is doing its part to assist their efforts through the Technology for Good program. As part of this initiative, the company will be donating Office 365 including Office applications, e-mail, calendar, HD video conferencing, and collaboration tools, to non-profits worldwide.
The new program recently kicked off in 41 countries and will be offered in 90 countries by July 2014. There is already an array of nonprofits using Office 365 including the Boys & Girls Club of America and PATH, and now more can get it for free.
Office 365 will help organizations streamline IT needs with access to the cloud, where staff can view calendars, hold meetings and share documents. Office 365 means access is everywhere – nonprofits with multiple locations are connected with ease whether at home, at work or on location.
Nonprofits of all sizes are welcome to apply for the program. Watch the video here to learn more and don’t forget to pass it on to your favorite nonprofit group.