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Access to discounted software, computers, mobile devices, network equipment, and office equipment and supplies for nonprofits and libraries
Self-paced online courses and videos for learning how to install, use, and configure Windows 8.1 and 10
Self-paced online courses and videos for learning security best practices for end users and IT security standards to prepare for Microsoft and CompTIA Security+ certification exams
Self-paced online courses and videos for learning how to install, configure, and administer Windows Server 2012 R2 and prepare for Microsoft certification exams
Self-paced online courses and videos for learning how to use Office 2013
Self-paced online courses and videos for learning how to implement, use, and configure online features in Office 365 applications
Self-paced online courses and videos for learning how to use Windows 8.1 and 10 and Office 2013
Self-paced online courses and videos for learning vendor-neutral networking and cloud concepts to prepare for CompTIA Network+ and Cloud+ certification exams
Self-paced online courses and videos for learning how to use Office 2010
Self-paced online courses and videos for learning how to use Windows 8.1 and 10 and Office 2010
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Access to discounted desktops, laptops, monitors, tablets, software, and accessories
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Mobile devices are handy for working in the field and on the go. But should you choose a tablet or a laptop — or a hybrid of the two? We cover the pros and cons of all the options.
Check out the essential features you should keep in mind when choosing a mobile phone or tablet, as well as tips on looking for a carrier and a data plan.
With an ever-expanding range of new devices available and never-ending marketing jargon, the landscape of mobile computing can be confusing. These devices also offer new and different ways to connect with and engage with your communities. This article will explain the basics of how mobile technologies work and what to consider when using them at your nonprofit or library.
The newest version of Word, Microsoft's ubiquitous word processing application, has a host of helpful new features that go beyond its shiny new look. Eligible nonprofits, charities, and public libraries can now request donated Office software through TechSoup.
In PowerPoint 2013, Microsoft's presentation software, you will find new tools, sharing features, and a redesigned interface. OneNote 2013, Microsoft's note-taking software, goes mobile and gets some new features for taking richer notes.
Is your staff spread across several locations? Do you have a limited budget for IT support like installations and upgrades? Do your staff and volunteers want to do their work on personal devices like smartphones or tablets? Are you tired of maintaining an in-house Exchange server? Then Microsoft Office 365 Nonprofit may be right for you!
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.
The newest version of Microsoft Office is an overall improvement from previous versions, with new features and a refreshed user interface. Eligible nonprofits, charities, and public libraries can now request donated Office software through TechSoup.
What is the cloud, and is a move to the cloud right for your nonprofit or library? To help you decide, this article discusses what organizations should know before taking the plunge.
Buying a computer is a big investment, so you want to get it right. This guide will help you understand what to look for when investing in computers for your nonprofit or library.
Turn your used computing hardware into effective green philanthropy by donating it through TechSoup. It's an easy and cost-effective way for your company to make its used computers and other office equipment available to the nonprofits that need it.
Your organization probably receives offers of donated computer equipment. Learn how to accept (or gracefully refuse) donated computer equipment with these six tips.
The use of smartphones and other mobile devices is on the rise. Find out how your nonprofit or library can tap into their popularity to deliver services and engage constituents in creative ways.
Are you ready to take your nonprofit, charity, foundation, or public library's creativity to the next level? We explain everything you need to know before taking the leap to Adobe Creative Cloud.
Are you in sync? We're not talking about the '90s band, but rather how to use Microsoft Office 365's features to get in sync with your co-workers and peers. In fact, syncing has never been easier — from video chatting with your remote colleagues in Skype for Business to installing the OneDrive for Business sync client.
To help you decide whether Windows 8.1 is a good fit for your nonprofit or library, we've come up with four questions for you to consider.
Your old computer might have some life left in it. But dropping it off at your favorite nonprofit, charity, or library might not be the best way to pass it on. Learn about the environmentally smartest 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.
Collaboration is as integral to the work of foundations as it is to nonprofits. But with staff, board members, and other collaborators spread out across multiple geographic locations, it's not as easy as sitting around a table in a conference room. The right software can not only bridge the distance and unite dispersed staff, but also make it easy to present, review, and comment on information.
From museum stores to gift shops, organizations with retail storefronts need point of sales solutions that help process transactions, provide reporting, and manage inventory. What are the options when it comes to choosing a POS system?
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Tablet computers - lightweight connected devices that use an on-screen keyboard for data input whose form factor is mainly comprised of a screen - are certainly mainstream in the consumer devices cat...
Thinking about purchasing a tablet for your nonprofit or library? Shopping around for the right tablet can be a bit overwhelming sometimes. Is there a difference between a tablet with a 10-inch displ...
You've used Adobe Photoshop on your desktop, but did you know that you can also edit photos on your smartphone or tablet? TechSoup donor partner Adobe has a wide variety of mobile apps that can eithe...
An RSS reader is an essential tool for keeping up with current news and the issues that affect or influence your organization. For content creators, a news story can inspire a moving blog or article....
It can be a tedious chore, but if you use mobile devices at your organization, it is likely there is valuable data stored on them. And unlike a desktop computer, it is pretty easy to misplace or drop...
Are your nonprofit's staffers working in the field or from home some or all of the time? TechSoup recently published an article comparing laptops versus tablets in terms of their benefits and advanta...
You back up your organization's computers , so why shouldn't you back up your staffs' smartphones or tablets? It can be a tedious chore, but if you use mobile devices at your organization, it is like...
Are you … A U.S. organization doing innovative and inspiring work in the social sector? Using TechSoup products or educational resources to stay GREEN ? Interested in winning a free refurbished lapto...
Are you… A Faith-Based Organization? A TechSoup customer? Interested in winning this tablet? If you answered yes to all of those questions, keep reading! Tell us how you are using TechSoup product do...
Are you ... A U.S. organization doing innovative and inspiring work in the social sector? Using TechSoup products or educational resources to increase your organization's security? Interested in winn...
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One organization has created an app called Sharetyping using Microsoft Azure, which they accessed through TechSoup Korea. Learn more.
We've made some big improvements and are proud to announce the launch of the newly redesigned TechSoup.org.
Here are the ways your organization can get Windows 10 licenses through TechSoup.
Facebook Live is a great way for your nonprofit to directly engage with its followers. Learn how to broadcast live on your own.
Growing your email list is a critical goal for every nonprofit. It will help you spread your brand, recruit volunteers and raise money.
TechSoup participated in the Microsoft Inspire conference. Learn more about the key insights for nonprofits from Microsoft Inspire 2018!
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Our non-profit org has a gateway tablet that has XP pro tablet version but the hard drive went bad and we need to reload the software. we have our license but cant find the software since it is serve...
We are starting a non profit and we are going to use tablets. Does anyone have any suggestions for us on who might be willing to donate some? Refurbished/used or EOL may even work. We have considered...
Are you asking if TechSoup has this product available, or for general advice on how to obtain this software from any source?
both.. just need one copy as i have the product key but cant find the orgainal software..
Donations come from people and companies you know, personally, and that have seen your work and want to be a part of it. Getting hardware donated is a frequent topic here on the TechSoup Forum. Here ...
Tech Soup just made available the Dell Venue 11 Pro Tablet. Can MS office software be loaded onto it? I don't see that in the Tech Soup Microsoft application software available (looks like only for d...
Does anyone have any recommendations for using a tablet/Credit Card Processor for a small bakery business? I was thinking of an ipad 2 with a Credit Card swipe attachment for customer ordering. Thank...
As part of a Google-funded pilot scheme, the owner of an internet cafe in Dakar has swapped all his PCs for tablet computers. He says the batteries and mobile data connections the tablets use are a m...
Roundup Fellowship works with children and adults who have developmental disabilities. We have a few kiddos that work very well with Nabi Tablets. The tablets make a significant improvement in their ...
I have seen an Ipad/square stand combination at many small businesses. They work very well. The article Chris posted mentions square stand. The price has gone down since 2013. They are now $99. You c...
The venue 11 pro is treated as an x86 pc. So you would use any of your standard pc licenses for it. just copy the instal to a flash drive and install it from there.
Hi, Another great option is Shopify's POS (point of sale) system. You can sell both in store or online -- both are included with the first year donation. For more information please see: http://www.s...
Hey WESCO, small bakery business, eh? I can almost smell the freshly baked cakes! The thing with POS systems is that you need them to be fast, secure and easy-to-use. Roamdata allow you to accept pay...
Hi Wesco, check this out and see if one of the software packages listed is for you. There's a section on mobile devices. Also, can you please fill out your community profile? Sharing your nonprofit a...
This is a survey that ReliefWeb is doing of people that follow the organization on Facebook and Twitter, or visit the web site, to see if they should invest in creating an app for tablets - and what ...
Not long ago I got my first-ever tablet, the Google Nexus 7. Just started using it recently and I'm finding it to be an excellent tool for those times when I don't want to be forced to use my laptop/...
With a 25% off coupon from the Dell outlet, I saw no choice but to click the "add to cart" button on a Dell XPS 10 tablet. Did I need it? No. Is it because I love Windows 8? No. It was because I am a...
[quote user="Johncarter"] Can you tell me more about your google nexus7.I wnted to know its features.How does it work and all. [/quote] If you have any specific questions about the Nexus 7, I'm happy...
Wifi connects to wireless networks, whereas 3G can connect via cellular phone networks. So, if you are in a location where a wirelss network is not available but a CELL signal is... you can still use...
A 10" tablet does not replace a laptop on the road for this system administrator / web developer / app programmer. Been there and done that. And as for being slow with regard to new Tech, experienced...
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Many of us have used tablets, iPads, or other mobile devices for fun and leisure, and surely there's an app to organize all of our tablet's games and media. But how many of us are using them at work, as more than just Internet-enabled toys? Hear TechSoup's Jim Lynch and mobile solutions VP at CDI Glenn Collins and learn how tablets and mobile devices can be leveraged to help you work smarter — and greener — year-round.
The mobile age isn’t coming — it's here. But the real question is, is your nonprofit or public library ready to use the most popular tool in history to change the world? Watch this webinar to learn how your organization can harness the potential of mobile for fundraising, marketing, advocacy, and programs.