The Adobe CC features your charity can benefit most from – web design

This is the second of our articles running through the most useful features available to charities as part of the discounted Adobe Creative Cloud ‘all-apps’ plan.

This time, we’re running through 3 of Adobe’s most useful products for web design – Photoshop, Spark and Dreamweaver.

Top tools your charity should use if your staff work remotely

For many charity employees, the office isn’t the only place where work gets done.

Prepare yourself well for working remotely with these easy-to-use tools.

A guide to Veritas Backup and Recovery Products

Veritas System Recovery (Server Edition) and Veritas Backup Exec are now officially available as donations to UK charities through our tt-exchange programme.

In this article we explore the various functionalities to help you decide if/which one is for you.

Microsoft are ending support for Windows Vista and Office 2007

Windows Vista operating system and Office 2007 will no longer be updated by Microsoft from the 11th April 2017.

If this is relevant to you that means it’s time to upgrade.

A guide to Microsoft server licensing for charities

Understanding Microsoft server licensing can be tricky. Each Microsoft server product follows one of four basic licensing models, which you need to know before you start.

To help you make the right choices when you plan your own server implementation, here’s a brief overview of the four server licensing models (and a couple of extra, useful tidbits).

What your charity can learn from the 2016 Lloyds Digital Index

Lloyds recently released a roundup of charities and small businesses digital maturity.

We’ve taken some of the most important bits and given some ways that charities can continue to grow and improve digitally.