Linda Widdop

Recent Posts

Are You Compliant with Microsoft's New Donation Program Requirements?

Microsoft recently announced that it will be auditing nonprofit Office 365 license usage through the donation program and asking organizations to cancel licenses not actively being used. Although Microsoft provides the licenses free to nonprofits, each has an associated cost that is being tagged to ...
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Jump Start Your Remote Working Environment

As the COVID-19 pandemic progresses and more communities are requiring offices to close, we want to keep you informed and provide information that will help your staff remain functional through the crisis.  Here, you will find information to help you rapidly move to a work from home environment. In ...
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It's Time For Important Microsoft Upgrades

If your nonprofit has been holding off on making important Microsoft updates, now is the time to act. All Office 2013 clients that connect to commercial Office 365 services will not be supported after October 12, 2020. Additionally, support for Windows 7 will end on January 14, 2020. Making needed ...
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Microsoft Enterprise Mobility & Security E3 For Nonprofits

Does your organization handle sensitive information? Do you want to manage user authentication and access from one control panel?  Do you want to restrict device access to your cloud data?
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Microsoft Cloud Offerings Alert: New Nonprofit Pricing for Office 365 and Azure

Microsoft recently announced changes that affect nonprofit pricing for Office 365 and Azure.
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A New Report From Our Partner Idealware: CRM Integration For Nonprofits

At Tech Impact, we help hundreds of nonprofits select, implement and support customer relationship management (CRM) systems to track donors, volunteers, clients and cases.
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Microsoft Nonprofit Licensing Shake Up – How Does It Affect You?

Microsoft announced big changes to its nonprofit donation and discount programs on April 4th. These changes will affect your nonprofit's future purchases of Microsoft licensing including Windows, Office, Office 365, Server operating systems and Azure. Office 365 for nonprofits helps small teams ...
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The Latest Low-Cost Tech Trends for Nonprofits

  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 ...
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