Our first Modern Nonprofit Day at our Chicago office on March 22 was a success! At Modernize Your Nonprofit, we were pleased to have a wonderful turnout of about 90 attendees from various local nonprofits who joined us to learn about our Microsoft Cloud offerings. They learned how nonprofits can leverage our software donation program to help achieve their company’s missions. The event was a partnership between Microsoft Philanthropies, the Microsoft Citizenship team and Microsoft partner Tech Impact.
Tech Impact shared information about how nonprofits can use Office 365, Azure and PowerBI:
- Office 365 offers email, shared calendars, file storage and sharing, productivity apps, online meetings & VoIP phones for nonprofits.
- Azure offers infrastructure, software and platform as a service in the cloud and a migration away from onsite servers.
- Power BI can serve as a visualization toolkit that helps nonprofits to better understand and communicate their work to stakeholders.
Miss the training but interested in modernizing your nonprofit? You can still make 2017 the year that your organization lowers technology costs while improving productivity and efficiency. Learn more about our free and discounted services and products — Read case studies about how other nonprofits have benefited from donations, find out if your nonprofit’s is eligible, and get answers to questions you may have at www.microsoft.com/nonprofits.
Our thanks to all who attended the training! We look forward to continue to serve our local communities with our software donations and resources.
Microsoft Philanthropies has committed $1 billion in cloud services for nonprofits and researchers to support the public good and, to date, has donated $465 million to 71,000 organizations. You can read more about this in their impact letter.
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