In This Issue…Cloud computing is a major technology trend that has significantly changed the way we work, opening up more opportunities for nonprofits to access the computing power once reserved for only the largest of companies. Last month, Microsoft announced the donation of cloud-based Office 365 for nonprofits in 40 countries, a number which will more than double by the end of 2014. Read on to understand more about how the cloud can bring change to your organisation and what other nonprofits have gained from Office 365.
Product Information and DonationTechnology advancements are accelerating exponentially, and Microsoft is taking this chance to help nonprofits more easily harness the power of technology to do more good. Microsoft is widening the scope of its Technology for Good programme by donating Office 365 to nonprofits worldwide. Available in over 40 countries now, the programme will be available in up to 90 countries by July 2014. All employees — be it 10 or hundreds — within the organisation can access Office 365, and there is no cap on the number of employees.
Meet the New Office: What is Office 365? (video)
Get the Donation and Do More Good
Introducing Office 365 for Nonprofits (video)
Office 365 for Nonprofits: Plans and PricingNews & NonprofitsRead what media outlets around the world are saying about the launch of the Office 365 donation programme, and see how nonprofits are using it.
Microsoft Launches Worldwide Office 365 Donation Programme for Nonprofits
Worldwide Office 365 Donation Programme for Nonprofits
Case Study: The Akshaya Patra Foundation
Case Study: Child Cancer Foundation
Case Study: Homeboy IndustriesPrivacy, Security and Offshore DataYour privacy and the privacy of your organisation's data matter. The same is true for data security and storage. Familiarise yourself with what it means to store your data in the cloud.
Office 365 Trust Center
Security in the Cloud
Cloud Computing: What Leaders Need to Know
The 10 Commandments of Data SovereigntyInterested in reading these articles in another language?Try Bing Translator: www.microsofttranslator.comAttendMicrosoft Tech4Good EventsSocial Media for Social Good WorkshopsDate: 19 & 21 Nov 2013Location: Auckland & Wellington, New ZealandContact: Belinda GormanConnecting CommunitiesDate: 27 Nov 2013Location: Melbourne, AustraliaContact: Brian McLaughlinSocial Media for Social Good WorkshopDate: 28 Nov 2013Location: Melbourne, AustraliaContact: Brian McLaughlinWebinar SeriesOffice 365 for NonprofitsDate: 3 Oct 2013Time: 12pm SGTWhat Nonprofit Executive Staff Need to Know About Social MediaDate: 25 Nov 2013Time: 12pm SGTRegister nowClick here to check the time in your regionFor more information contact Microsoft's Corporate Citizenship team.Do you know about a technology-focused event in your area that would benefit your nonprofit peers? Let us know by emailing email@example.com
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