Wondering how cloud-based software could work for your organisation, or what the perks really are? Take a look at our concise run-through of some of the top reasons Office 365 is so popular among charities.
Microsoft Tech4good events provide a great opportunity for charities to network and find out about all that Microsoft has to offer.
If you weren’t able to make the last one, don’t worry, we’ve rounded up all the topics discussed and will be sharing them all with you.
Link Age are a charity based in the London borough of Southwark that aim to improve the quality of life for older people by keeping them involved in the community.
This case study explores how a move to Office 365 helped them, by giving them more time and money to focus on what’s really important!
When someone leaves your organisation, it’s important to make sure that you secure any confidential files and data. Thankfully, if you use Office 365, you have a good level of control to manage this process. There are a variety of options available to you, allowing you to completely remove access from mobile devices, delete accounts, or move accounts to replacement employees. To find out how to do all of this, scroll through the resources below or click the links to visit specific sections. Note: All of the below assumes that your Office 365 account has ‘global administrator’ permission. I will be…
In case you don’t know, Microsoft run a donation programme that helps charities get cheap access to Office 365 software. Most charities can get almost free access to e-mail (Exchange), files (SharePoint & OneDrive) and instant messaging (Lync), all hosted in the cloud. Getting the donation is easy; if you’re based in the UK, all you have to do is download the free trial from Microsoft and then register and sign up for the software on the tt-exchange website. We’ll then check your eligibility on Microsoft’s behalf, and if eligible, you are given a key to access the full software. Unfortunately, moving…