For any nonprofit looking for a tool that goes beyond SaaS (Software as a Service), let us introduce you to Microsoft Azure. How can Azure help your nonprofit? Your organization can use this cloud computing platform as a solution for authentication, server replacement, development platform and disaster recovery. Most importantly, Microsoft offers a reoccurring $5,000/year credit to qualifying 501c3 organizations. Azure is a great choice for nonprofits because it is maintained by Microsoft, which relieves the burden of spending your resources on maintaining a server.
University City is the new home to Microsoft’s latest Reactor center; this makes Philadelphia the third city to welcome Microsoft’s base for collaboration, now joining both New York and San Francisco. As part of the University City Science Center, the Reactor is essentially a science resource center for all things tech and beyond.