As the holidays approach it is important to reflect on your performance in the past year and consider making steps toward moving forward for 2018. You might be thinking about technological shortcomings your company faced this year or other problems that may need attention. How will you address these issues in the upcoming year to be more successful? To start, a company has to have the right tools. Cloud-based tools such as Microsoft Word, Outlook, Powerpoint, Excel, etc are are effective and often times very helpful for making everyday tasks easier and more allow for more efficient use of your time.
Office 365 is a bundle that contains all of these vital tools. Now, this might seem like a lot for most nonprofits. Maybe it's not in the budget to include these services. Maybe your nonprofit only needs a couple of the apps offered in the bundle. Well, there's Office 365 for Nonprofits which are scaled-back tools and services offered to nonprofits at a discounted price. To learn more about this, visit the Microsoft Nonprofits homepage here: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/nonprofits
If you want the entire toolbox, you might want to look into Microsoft 365. Not to be confused with Office 365. Recently introduced, Microsoft 365 is a bundle of services including Office 365, but also including other services such as Windows 10 Enterprise, Enterprise Mobility + Security (EMS), and machine learning. As is an option with the Office 365 bundles, the Microsoft 365 bundles are customizable to your businesses needs. For Instance, you could have a plan that doesn't include Office 365 and instead has cybersecurity protection. To learn more about the differences between Office 365 and Microsoft 365 read this article: http://blog.goptg.com/microsoft-365-vs.-office-365-whats-the-difference