Many organizations are now navigating a new COVID-19 response phase, moving on from “remote everything” to a more sustainable, hybrid workplace, blending remote work and physical offices. They are investing in long-term resilience and strengthening their organizational agility, while proactively managing cost and risk of current economic uncertainty.
Microsoft Teams is a unified communication and collaboration platform that combines workplace chat, video meetings, file storage, and can help employees and volunteers stay connected. Teams is a part of Office 365. If your nonprofit organization is licensed for Office 365, you already have it.
The Microsoft Digital Skills Center for Nonprofits combines great skill-building content from subject matter experts at Microsoft with TechSoup's deep understanding of how nonprofits use technology. In the “Teams for Nonprofits – Collaboration Tools” track, you’ll get access to a free Getting Started course, an advanced course and a special Ask the Expert session:
This track is available for FREE to help nonprofit staff that are working remotely. Click HERE to access the training.
Microsoft Tech for Social Impact Team
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