Find out how a small nonprofit from Philadelphia is using QuickBooks Online Plus, acquired through the Intuit Donation Program at TechSoup. Urbanstead utilizes QuickBooks to keep track of its finances and fulfill its mission of empowering youth and communities through the practice of urban farming.
How One Nonprofit Protects Water Using Data Backups from Veritas
Washington Water Trust is a nonprofit dedicated to protecting water flows across Washington state. Data security is a top priority for the organization. Find out how data backups with Veritas System Recovery software help it to protect water.
Supporting Science Fairs While Keeping Data Safe with Symantec
As an organization that deals with thousands of students each year, the Science Fair Foundation BC collects a great deal of personal data that needs to be protected. The nonprofit found its solution for data protection in Symantec Endpoint Protection, acquired through TechSoup Canada. Read more!
How SKJAJA Fund Offers Students Scholarships and a Chance to Give Back
SKJAJA Fund provides youth with scholarships to extracurricular activities they can't afford. Recipients give back to their community in the form of volunteer work. See how SKJAJA harnessed the power of QuickBooks Online to give more scholarships and keep its board members instantly apprised.
How One Nonprofit Protects Data with Veritas
Working with young people means collecting a lot of sensitive information that needs to be safeguarded, says the nonprofit Boomerang. At the recommendation of its IT professional, it began using Veritas System Recovery, Server Edition, for data security for nonprofits, acquired through TechSoup.
How Microsoft Azure Helps People Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing
The AUD Social Cooperative is working to support communication and social participation for people who are deaf and hard of hearing in South Korea. The organization has created an app called Sharetyping using Microsoft Azure, which they accessed through TechSoup Korea. Learn more about it here.
How la Fundación Cristo Rey Uses Symantec to Protect Student Data
Fundación Cristo Rey serves 3,000 students and 50 nonprofit organizations, so it has assumed stewardship of sensitive personal data. The nonprofit decided to use Symantec and requested it from DONO, a program of ILUNION, which is TechSoup's partner organization in Spain.