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Hardware

How One Nonprofit Uses Dell Computers to Fight Domestic Abuse

An efficient IT infrastructure is necessary for an organization to run smoothly. Find out how End Domestic Abuse Wisconsin, a nonprofit, received up to 45 percent discounts on hardware through the TechSoup Dell Discount Program and has made progress in ending domestic abuse.

June 16, 2018

Hardware

Need Hardware? TechSoup's Options for Your Nonprofit

Over the last few years, TechSoup has been expanding our offerings of affordable new and remanufactured IT hardware. We thought it high time we show you all we have for you to choose from when you need to upgrade your aging or failing IT equipment.

May 09, 2018

Hardware

The Environmental Impact of TechSoup's Refurbished Hardware Program

TechSoup's Refurbished Hardware Program has been going strong since 2006. Because refurbishing extends the life of IT equipment, it is one of the most environmentally beneficial things any of us can do. Discover the environmental impact of the Refurbished Hardware Program.

April 16, 2018

Hardware

New Versus Refurbished Electronics: 6 Myths Busted

TechSoup's Refurbished Hardware Program has supplied more than 92,000 pieces of IT equipment to nonprofits and libraries in the last 12 years. A few questions pop up over and over again: let's dispel some of these persistent myths about refurbished hardware.

April 11, 2018

IT Security

What the Chip Vulnerabilities Mean for Cloud Computing

Recently, news has been released regarding a certain design flaw affecting the security of processors. How safe is the cloud in this situation? Find out more.

January 19, 2018

Hardware

Mobilize Your Community with Mobile Beacon Hotspots

There's a way to provide your community with free access to the Internet. TechSoup offers the Mobile Beacon donation program for nonprofits; learn more.

January 12, 2018

IT Security

What Nonprofits Need to Know About the Computer Chip Vulnerabilities

Learn what's causing the Intel, AMD, and ARM computer chip vulnerabilities and what your nonprofit can do about them.

January 09, 2018