Windows XP and Microsoft Office 2003’s End of Life is just around the corner. Now that we only have just about a couple of weeks worth of support left, it is definitely the best time for us to start upgrading from these long beloved programs.
Check how much time you have left here.
What do we mean by End of Life?
Yearning for some learning? Better clear those schedules up as Microsoft Citizenship, Connecting Up and TechSoup Asia are all eager to bring you another round of free webinars (online seminars) this March!
Microsoft Office 2013 overview
Tuesday 11 March
10:00 am – 11:00 am SGT (1:00pm – 2:00pm AEDT)
We all know how to use Word, Excel and PowerPoint. But, do we know how to make use of their advanced features to make the most out of them?
Pirated software may be exponentially cheaper, but, are we really getting the most out of that bargain? At face-value, it seems like it’s as good as the real thing. But in reality, there are actually tons of inherent threats associated to using pirated software – aside from criminal liability.
We all know how effective social media marketing can be. But, having a social media presence doesn’t already stand as a guarantee that nonprofits can or will be able to get the support they’re looking for. As much as there are successful online campaigns, there are however, a couple more frustrated ones that weren’t able to garner much support as well.
TechSoup is proud to announce the newest version of Microsoft Dynamics CRM.
Microsoft Dynamics CRM is customer relationship management (CRM) server software that offers tools for storing and analyzing customer records.
Is It Right for My Organization?
Microsoft Dynamics CRM is ideal for larger organizations that store substantial constituent data and run analytics on it. You can also automate your most common processes, saving time and money
What's New in Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013?
New User Interface
Computer maintenance doesn’t necessarily mean having to go through all the technical stuff. In fact, keeping your computer healthy mainly relies on simple practices that we should consistently observe.
To help refresh your memory (and to help keep your computer alive), here’s a list of everyday practices that you should start to take more seriously, especially if you’re planning to keep your computers in tip-top shape for a long time.
It’s very likely that you’ve wondered, once or twice, about what this icon stands for.
Just in case you’re still wondering, this is the icon for RSS which stands for Rich Site Summary, or Really Simple Syndication.
RSS, simply speaking
RSS is the smarter way of keeping yourself posted on all the latest articles, pictures, videos and whatnot published on your favorite websites. How does it work? It’s pretty easy, you’ll just have to remember these three simple words: subscribe, update and compile.
Without the necessary the tools, personnel or know-how at our disposal, most of us, nonprofits, find designing as a task that’s equally challenging and expensive.
But, imagine if designing would be as simple as clicking and dragging, and, the only thing you would need is a computer with an internet connection. It’s definitely overwhelming, thinking about how much time, money and energy we'll be able to save, right?
Guess what? That may all be possible now with Canva!
Just click and drag away
Fresh Paint is the latest version of the well-known program that we all know as Paint. Fresh Paint is available to all Windows users for free, including Windows 8, Windows RT for your tablet, and Windows Phone.
If you haven’t heard of Paint before, it’s the painting application that’s readily available once you install a Windows operating system.
Choosing between GIMP and Photoshop is not about which software is generally better, instead, it’s about which is better suited for your nonprofit’s case. As similar as these two may appear, they each are best suited to different kinds of users.
In this entry, we’ll help you decide by identifying the questions you need to ask regarding your nonprofit. Remember, it’s less about the software itself and more about your nonprofit’s compatibility to it.
P.S. The specific versions I’m comparing in this blog are GIMP 2.8.6 and Photoshop CS6