Cloud Computing Worldwide: Changing the Way NGOs Work
Cloud computing is transforming how all of us work and how we use technology. You're probably already using cloud services or applications like Google Docs, Skype, or Microsoft Office Web Apps. It's how growing numbers of non-governmental organizations (NGOs) aim to save money, reduce their software and hardware needs, and go green.
See How Cloud Computing Is Affecting NGOs in Your Country
Join TechSoup Global and our global partner network for a closer look at how NGOs around the world are using cloud tools. Find out how they are making technology decisions around cloud services and taking steps to keep their data secure.
Visit your country's website to learn how cloud computing is changing the nonprofit sector globally. And while you're there, sign up for newsletters from your local TechSoup Global partner to stay up-to-date on nonprofit technology news, information, and product donations available to NGOs in your region.
TechSoup Global partners with 35 NGOs around the world to deliver product donations from companies like Microsoft, Symantec, and more. The network also provides technology resources to NGOs around the world. Don't see your country listed below? Check out all the TechSoup Global Partners.
As broadband speeds increase and datacenters become more efficient, cloud computing is revolutionizing how NGOs in Australia provide their services. DonorTec is operated by Connecting Up Australia and was launched in partnership with TechSoup Global in 2007. Learn more about the cloud in Australia.
Check out case studies and an archived webinar to learn more about how Canadian NGOs are using Google Apps in their offices. TechSoup Canada is a collaborative effort by the Centre for Social Innovation, TechSoup Global, and the Information Technology Association of Canada. Learn more about the cloud in Canada.
TechSoup-Taiwan is the IT donation program of Frontier Foundation, in partnership with TechSoup Global. Frontier Foundation has been working on creating digital opportunities for NGOs for 14 years through training and building websites. Learn more about the cloud in Taiwan.
Hear from Richard Cooper, development manager at Charity Technology Trust, on how cloud adoption in England can eliminate hidden IT costs, and why some cloud security concerns may be overrated. Charity Technology Exchange (CTX) is the IT donation program of Charity Technology Trust, in collaboration with TechSoup Global, that empowers British charities through the effective use of technology. Learn more about the cloud in the United Kingdom.
As more applications and services move to the Internet, learn how nonprofits in the U.S. are sorting out the benefits and pitfalls of cloud computing. TechSoup has a clear focus: providing other nonprofits and libraries with technology products and information that empowers them to fulfill their missions and serve their communities. Learn more about the cloud in the United States.