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Want to know how one computer can support several users? Learn some basic concepts and definitions to multi-user virtualization, and get the facts to help you decide if desktop virtualization or multi-seat computing is right for your organization.
Confused about which Veritas product is right for your organization? Read our guide to understand what Veritas System Recovery and Veritas Backup Exec can do.
Remote access allows staff to work from any location without being tied to a specific physical location. But how do you get started choosing and implementing a remote access solution? This article will introduce you to the terminology and concepts of remote access and help you begin your evaluation.
If you're looking for the right software, curriculum, or Internet use policies for your public computer lab or training, you're not alone. Browse the resources we've compiled from the community, and add your own.
Virtualization software can essentially turn one computer into several. We'll show you how virtualization works, what it can be used for, and a few virtual software packages for your nonprofit or library.
What is the cloud and is a move to the cloud right for your nonprofit or library? To help you decide, this article discusses some cloud basics and the advantages and drawbacks of cloud computing.
If your organization isn't eligible for a particular TechSoup donation, don't despair. Nonprofits and libraries are often eligible for other software discounts and donations. Learn about your options in this article.
For end users, Windows 10 introduces a new Start menu, web browser, personal digital assistant, and more. For IT admins, the latest version of Windows includes features like Azure Active Directory support and Windows Update for Business.
What do you need to assess whether your organization is ready to migrate to the cloud? This article discusses the key questions you should ask to get started.
If your organization needs to share information long-distance but has limited education and travel funds, webinars can help you save money and provide more services to your constituents.
Adding visuals to a phone conference can make a big difference — perhaps by showing a document, a software application, or slides. Or maybe your nonprofit wants to conduct a more formal online seminar — sometimes called a webinar. There are a number of affordable software packages that can help. We talked to five nonprofit professionals about the technology that has worked for them.
We'll show you a variety of tools you can use to view and collaborate on documents when working long distance.
After the devastating earthquake hit Haiti in January 2010, among the ruins was the small orphanage Gleam of Hope. Through TechSoup, the orphanage was able to receive donated state-of-the-art technology products to help it address the critical needs of earthquake survivors in Haiti.
Security remains one of the biggest concerns with moving to the cloud. Understand the biggest threats in the cloud and get tips for assessing cloud provider security.
Steps you can take on the day of your webinar to ensure its success, as well as follow-up steps you can take to learn from your experience.
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Citrix Online is helping to make a difference in the nonprofit and library community through their donation program here at TechSoup . Their audio and web conferencing services let organizations cond...
Citrix Online products are back in stock! Eligible nonprofits and libraries can now access discounted rates for Citrix Online's web conferencing and remote desktop services. Using Citrix Online produ...
As of this week, qualified nonprofits can now request donated Citrix products through TechSoup. Citrix offers a variety of web-based collaboration tools, including GoToMeeting , a product that lets y...
I would really like to see Citrix XenServer. We are using Microsoft Hyper-V, but it just isn't as good as it could be. Many limitations in performance. We finally have server hardware capable of doin...
We get it – completely. It’s all too easy for group projects to bury teams in mountains of emails and file versions that hold you back from what you’re really trying to get done. But it doesn’t have ...
I see that TechSoup offers several of the GOTO products by Citrix (GOTOMEETING, GOTOTRAINING and GOTOMEETING). I am looking for the GOTOASSIST product that allows me to provide technical support to e...
i second that. I'm looking for enterprise version but can't afford it. so now I eval XCP (Xen Cloud Platform) instead (free)
Thanks Dennis, we are in active discussions with Citrix re: XenServer, I assume their free version is not as robust as you need? Am I correct? Gayle
Surely - I was unaware they have a free version… Whatever we go with needs to support Virtualized MS Windows based desktops. That is what we are working toward, but Windows Server alone has limitatio...
Does anyone have a document or the knowledge to properly set up Citrix Presentation Server 4.5 on a MS Small Business Server 2003. We are running the Citrix on a member server with Windows Server 2003...
I just had a customer call to their GoToWebinar department. The tech who worked to resolve my billing/account issue was super friendly, very helpful, and solved the problem in less than 10 minutes. K...
We added GoToAssist to the TechSoup Citrix program in April. See product description here for more info. The best way to keep up to date with new TechSoup product offers is to subscribe to the New Pr...
?In case you haven’t heard, 501(c)(3) private foundations are now eligible to receive donated video conferencing, online collaboration, and remote desktop solutions from the Citrix Online Donation Pr...
Greetings, Our GoToWebinar subscription ran out recently and we want to renew. We have a big event planned fro September 2nd we need to start getting folks registered for. Can someone update us on wh...
I have had the same results on gotomypc tech support. -- Citrix is doing things right. Dave
Both SBS and the member server are running 1 NIC configs, we have a snapgear firewall / router at the front end. We have SBS Premium but are not running ISA server. We are using one public IP address....
We are not running it on the SBS machine, it is on a Server 2003 machine that is a member server of the domain. It works good for what we do with it and it works OK tech wise. I just would like some i...
Ok. Are you running the SBS server in a 1 NIC configuration or a 2 NIC configuration? Are you running SBS Std or Premium, and if Premium, are you running ISA? Are their any other firewalls on your net...
If you were using SBS 2003 Server in a dual NIC configuration with ISA you would just need to publish the Citrix server with a redirect rule as well as an access rule. I would recommend consulting thi...
You should not attempt to run Citrix on an SBS server. SBS 2003 servers are limited to utilizing 3 GB of RAM, and running its own applications in addition to the memory allocation required for each us...
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Want to ensure that your data can be accessed, collaborated on, and shared from wherever you are and from any device? View this webinar to learn about using Citrix's ShareFile.
In the final installment of our series of digital storytelling webinars, Aaron Bramley of Lights. Camera. Help. outlines the basics of video editing and publishing. He compares various editing applications — both installed and cloud-based — and shares some basic tips and best practices for editing. You'll also learn how to upload and share your video using social media.
In the first of our series of three webinars on digital storytelling, Rich Vásquez of Lights. Camera. Help. discusses the basics of storytelling and how nonprofits tell their stories. Learn some types of stories that nonprofits have used successfully; what kinds of stories work well on video; how to write a script and plan your video; and where to find free music, stock video, and photography.
In the second webinar of our digital storytelling series, David Neff of Lights. Camera. Help. dives into the specifics of recording a video. He discusses how to choose a camera and microphone, how to set up an attractive shot, how to fix poor lighting, and more. This webinar will help you get ready to create a great video about your nonprofit or public library.
Need an easy way to handle your organization's accounting transactions? Watch our webinar to learn more about how you can streamline your day-to-day business with the new 2012 updates to Intuit's QuickBooks. During this webinar, we hear from QuickBooks Made Easy instructor Gregg Bossen about how this tool can aid your nonprofit or library, giving you an in-depth look at the new updates to the QuickBooks software.
Ever wonder how we run webinars here at TechSoup? Well, get a behind-the-scenes look at our webinar process, including lessons learned of what NOT to do, best practices, and tips on which tools work best for which scenarios from the six years we've been running our program.
Crystal Reports reporting software allows you to create interactive reports via the web or embedded in enterprise applications. In this webinar, SAP's Jaclyn Churcher and Kenneth Li walk you through the ins and outs of Crystal Reports 2011, including a discussion of mapping and visualization functions.
Do you want to know more about the broad range of software Microsoft donates to nonprofits and libraries through TechSoup? Watch this webinar to learn about the benefits and details of the Microsoft software donation program. Whether you’ve already received a Microsoft donation or are contemplating your first, this webinar will help you make the most of your Microsoft software donation.
In this hour-long webinar, TechSoup's Elliot Harmon and Pepsi Refresh Project Grantee Jim Walker explore web design concerns common to many nonprofit organizations and libraries. Elliot Harmon explores the following four key concepts your website's purpose, setting goals, conceptualizing your website, and content management systems. Jim Walker, founder of Big Car, then illustrates these points by taking you through the concept and development of his organization's website.
This free webinar will Escondido Public Library's (CA) LibraryYOU project, which captures local knowledge and shares it digitally.
Do you ever wonder whether your current phone system is best suited for your needs? With the new technologies available, perhaps there is a system out there that is less expensive and more robust. With all the acronyms like VoIP, vPBX, UC, and POTS, who can understand all the options? In this webinar, BetterWorld's Matt Bauer discusses how to assess and evaluate your current phone system and what factors to consider when making an upgrade.
During this webinar, we hear the Foundation Center's George Ford and Jake Garcia discuss visual grantseeking tools and solutions. We look at how grantseekers can use the interactive maps and charts in Foundation Directory Online to identify prospective funders. Next, we turn our attention to several data visualization tools developed by the Foundation Center and other organizations that showcase how the philanthropic community has responded to a variety of issues.
Curious to see what website experts really think when they look at a website? In this webinar — presented in cooperation with SAP, a donor partner of TechSoup — web design experts Susanne Hempel and Steve Williams examine a succession of real nonprofit and library websites and give advice on how the organizations could improve them. They discuss messaging, content, searchability, and more. This webinar is appropriate for anyone interested in improving their organization's website.
The most frequently asked question at the Foundation Center is, "How do I find funders that are interested in my cause?" The answer may seem deceptively simple, but in truth, it is easy to get lost along the way. In this webinar, ONEplace's Bobbe A. Luce and the Foundation Center's David Holmes discuss their strategies in finding appropriate funders.
Learn how your nonprofit or public library can use and create apps to engage constituents, tell stories, and accomplish its goals. Discover popular apps you can put to use right now. Listen in when Shawn Michael of NPower explains how her organization effectively uses apps. Find out how to develop and deploy an "app-propriate" strategy when we share tips and lessons learned about the entire process of developing apps.
After our previous webinar on conducting webinars, there was overwhelming interest from participants to go even deeper by presenting the process step by step. So we've decided to take you behind the scenes of TechSoup Talks and demonstrate how our webinars are organized and what we do and don't do to ensure a successful webinar. This webinar is ideal for nonprofit and library staff who have decided that they would like to conduct webinars or web conference calls but aren't sure how to get started.
This one-hour webinar begins with an introduction to Microsoft Dynamics CRM by NPower Northwest's Shawn Michael. Shawn talks about Dynamics CRM's key functionality, integration options, and where to get help, all with nonprofits and libraries in mind. Srilakshmi Remala from Washington STEM then takes the floor, talking about her organization's recent implementation of Microsoft Dynamics CRM. This is a great opportunity to hear how a real nonprofit has benefited from this client relationship management tool.
Want to make your presentations more visually engaging and collaborative? Learn how during the first webinar in our Microsoft Tips and Tricks series, Creating Better Presentations with Microsoft PowerPoint. During this free webinar, we hear from TechSoup's Elliot Harmon and Microsoft's Doug Thomas on ways to enhance the effectiveness of your presentations.
If you — or your staff, volunteers, or board — work remotely, you can learn about different tools to use, strategies to manage, and tips to help your organization work successfully, no matter where you are!
Interested in delivering webinars, but don't know where to start? In this one-hour presentation, we hear from TechSoup webinar program manager Kyla Hunt and independent library consultant, author, and trainer Stephanie Gerding on the basics of providing effective webinars. Learn how to plan and promote a webinar, how to ensure a smooth presentation, and how to encourage audience participation.