In This Issue… In countries across Asia Pacific, Microsoft has made Office 365 for Nonprofits available as a donation. Although previous issues of Tech4Good have covered Office 365, there’s so much to share that we’re doing it again this month. February’s webinar will focus on Office 365 demonstrations to give you a feel for the experience and the applications in the Office 365 offering. It’ll be a good opportunity to ask our experts any question you might have, and we hope you can join us.
Cloud Computing: Questions AnsweredNonprofits frequently ask about the effectiveness of cloud computing in a developing market, the security of their data and what is specifically included in Office 365. Read on for answers to those questions.A Case for the Cloud in the Developing World5 Cloud Computing Questions Nonprofits Need Answers ToAre You Ready for Microsoft Office 365 for Nonprofits?TechSoup Global’s NGO Cloud SurveyOffice 365 to Empower your NonprofitBusiness Case & ImplementationWhen an IT decision maker in a nonprofit wants to move to the cloud, they must still build the business case for all executives and board members. A well thought-out deployment plan also ensures a clean transition. Here are guides and tips to make the change as smooth as possible.Microsoft Office 365 for Nonprofits (webinar recording)Office 365 Change Management PlanOffice 365 TechCenterInterested in reading these articles in another language?Try Bing Translator: www.microsofttranslator.comAttendMicrosoft Tech4Good Events
NGO Connection DayDate: March 2014Location: Manila, PhilippinesContact: Gillian PearlWebinar SeriesOffice 365 for Nonprofits: DemonstrationDate: 20 Feb 2014Time: 12pm (Singapore Time)Register 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 firstname.lastname@example.org