E-mail, Calendars, Messaging, and File Sharing. Work from anywhere with two of the largest and most popular productivity apps for nonprofits. There are some important differences between these two products. In this article, we’ll compare features along with price, services, collaboration, and ease-of-use.
At Salesforce's annual tech conference "Dreamforce" they and Google announced two integrations that Salesforce built on top of G Suite: Salesforce Lightning for Gmail and Sales Cloud integration with Google Sheets.
Guest blog post from Max Kryzhanovskiy, Preseident and CEO of MOS Creative, a digital marketing and growth strategy firm that uses data to help organizations develop focused website and fundraising strategy.
Have you heard of the Google Ad Grants Program for nonprofits? It’s a program that gives nonprofits the chance to advertise on Google AdWords at no cost to the nonprofit. Sounds awesome, doesn’t it? This program gives qualified organizations $10,000 per month (YES, PER MONTH) in AdWords spend to be used to promote their missions and initiatives on Google.com. To qualify, a nonprofit organization must go through the application process, and to keep the grant they must follow the following program details.
Guest post from InstanTek founder and CEO Robert Geller.
You probably knew Google Apps could do a lot: email, calendaring, documents in the cloud, and maybe you even knew it could do a whole lot more, even if you weren’t quite sure what. But we find that a lot of our clients don’t know the full extent of Google’s Apps potential and capabilities.
So we decided to write this blog post for 501cTECH in the hopes that it would help nonprofits more effectively leverage Google Apps to streamline operations and further their core mission!
Without further ado, here are just 11 (of many!) potential uses or features of Google Apps you may not have known about.
For most of us in the nonprofit world, Microsoft's Outlook is all we know when it comes to online communications. That's because not only is the Office software quite good, but Microsoft has long been very generous in giving software grants to charitable organizations like yours through partners like TechSoup.
It's Friday! Which means our staff has rounded up a great list of interesting things from around the web related to nonprofits and technology. Did you read anything interesting this week? We want to hear about it! Share with us in the comments below!
Every Friday, the 501cTECH rounds up a list of interesting articles and posts from around the web related to nonprofits and technology. If you read something interesting, we want to hear about it! Please let us know in the comments below.
Every Monday, we like to round up a list of upcoming classes and webinars related to nonprofits and technology. Some classes are free, some aren't, but we think all of them would be useful to your organization!