The MIKE program, is a small nonprofit based in Portland, Oregon, which uses mentorships to empower youth to make better health choices. It's outdated IT system though, prevented the MIKE program the ability to reach it's full potential by consuming precious staff time and slowing workflow. With Office 365's new collaboration and accessability features, the cloud computing software has revolutionized the nonprofit’s day-to-day work.
Microsoft recently announced a single management experience for data loss prevention (DLP), policy creation and reporting across; Exchange Online, SharePoint Online and OneDrive for Business. In addition, Microsoft is introducing enhancements to the DLP data delivered via the Management Activity API.
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.
With different versions of Microsoft Office available, it can be hard to keep track of all the useful features that it has to offer. We’re here to help! Below are six tips to help you get the most out of Office 365 so that your nonprofit can boost productivity and collaboration.
Microsoft announced a strategic partnership with Adobe that will help to strengthen their brands and deepen customer engagement through integrated solutions with Microsoft Azure, Adobe Marketing Cloud & Microsoft Dynamics 365. Read More
In September 2016, Microsoft Philanthropy announced it would offer a yearly $5,000 Azure credit to nonprofits around the world, making the powerful cloud computing infrastructure much more accessible to the nonprofits sector.