The Microsoft Office blog released their monthly post highlighting updates to OneDrive, the Activity feed within the Office apps, Lens and more. Below are the key points Microsoft Office 365 for Nonprofits users can take away.
Established in 1907, MJHS Health System (MJHS) has grown into one of the largest not-for-profit health systems in greater New York. One of the biggest challenges they face is to ensure that the values of a nearly 110-year-old healthcare provider are reflected in the 21st-century technology they use. With Microsoft Office 365 cloud-based tools, employees are productive in today’s digital world, while still preserving the innovative, culturally sensitive healthcare services that are part of its history.
In today's digital age; technology, location and time zones should not be a barrier to productivity. Technology that promotes collaboration and the sharing of ideas are crucial to fostering talent and expanding social good.
NGA Human Resources (NGA HR), uses Microsoft Office 365's collaboration tools to make HR (human resources) work better. They help organizations pioneer digital HR, master payroll, ensure compliance, unlock workforce data, and deliver best-in-class HR operations.
December updates to Office 365 allow's nonprofits to have more accessible and efficient content creation. Ensuring your content can be consumed without barriers by people with varying levels of vision, hearing, cognition and mobility.
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.
Online tools like Microsoft Office 365 for nonprofits, allows you to store, share & collaborate on projects with your co-workers from anywhere. Many projects though, involve people outside of your organization, whether they are partners, consultants or vendors.