Registered Charities will now be able to have the latest Office package, along with Exchange Online, SharePoint Online, OneDrive for Business and Skype for Business / Microsoft Teams for a very competitive price.
Microsoft said the intention was to minimise IT costs for nonprofit organisations so they could focus on their operations. “Nonprofits operate in the same way as any
other organisation or business; however, many lack the resources to implement the latest technology.
The donation of Office 365 allows them to be more effective and efficient in the work they do.
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please contact us on 020 7343 0000.