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.
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 It's outdated IT system though, prevented the MIKE program the ability to reach it's full potential by consuming precious staff time and slowing workflow.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.
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.
Microsoft Office 365 is an all-encompassing suite of collaboration tools that enables productivity more effectively than an assortment of tools. Tech Impact will demonstrate the capabilities of this best-in-class cloud solution in this one-hour demo webinar on Thursday, Dec. 1st at 2pm EST. E-mail, Calendars, Messaging, and File Sharing. Work from anywhere with Microsoft Office 365 and SharePoint. Below are 5 tips on how to improve your nonprofit's collaboration with Office 365.
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.
In this modern age of consumerism, it’s been left to popular culture to try and explain complex and controversial ideas. However, this has perhaps never failed us more than in the recent film starring Jason Segal and Cameron Diaz.
While it’s the protagonist’s ignorance to what the cloud actually is that causes the calamity, and ultimately lends the film its charm, but its portrayal of what the cloud actually is couldn’t be more wrong and detrimental to the service. It’s this portrayal of the cloud as an abstract, impossible to fathom entity that causes people to be weary of the cloud.
What nonprofits should understand is that the cloud is not only helpful, it can be organization altering. It has the power to connect departments of an organization and empower employees to work from anywhere.
Here are more specifics on exactly why you should stop paying attention to pop culture, and start warming up to the cloud.
Tech Impact’s mission is to empower communities and nonprofits to use technology to better serve our world. That’s why in 2016 we’re committed to visiting 10 cities across the United States to spread the word about the latest in low-cost tech trends for nonprofits.
Watch out, Omaha and Tulsa nonprofits, there’s a cost savings storm headed your way at the end of this month.