Some of the benefits of Adobe Creative Cloud compared to the Creative Suite, written especially with charities in mind.
It contains a couple of links to really useful resources for Adobe design software, which should help you design visual media to benefit your organisation.
Windows 10 is now available worldwide and it’s highly recommended that anyone using an older version of Windows should upgraded sooner than later.
Microsoft have made many upgrades free to the public, so tt-exchange donations might not be the best route for your charity.
To figure out what to do, just decide whether your charity would benefit most from the Pro or Enterprise version, then take a look at the upgrade paths below to work out your best route going forward. Easy!
Windows 10 is here! Useful features for end-users include a new Start menu, web browser, personal digital assistant, and more. IT admins will be more (or at least equally) interested in features like Azure Active Directory support and Windows Update for Business.
Below are some of the most important new features for both users and IT professionals in this version of Windows.
We’ve written about how to make decisions that improve how effectively your charity operates, and why the solutions you’ll find are usually tech-based.
Now, so that you can see it in practice, here’s a case study on us at Tech Trust, and our decision to move expense processing to Expensify.
Charity trustees should always be looking for ways to squeeze the maximum benefit from any funds raised, and with modern technology, there are more ways to do that than ever.
To make the process of deciding what needs changing, prioritising and researching easier, we’ve put together some practical steps to follow.
The world has changed through technology and it will change further irrespective of whether your charity keeps up or not.
Thankfully, it’s easier than ever for charities to move forward with IT thanks to recent changes. In this article, we run you through everything you need to know.