Quick and Easy Website Maintenance
Small problems left alone turn into big problems, and big problems are often best solved by breaking them down into small problems.
Getting a Handle on Google Analytics
Google Analytics (GA) is a free tool that shows you how people are using your website or app. You can use it to monitor growth in your site, spot the more popular pages or blog posts, and assess the effectiveness of your marketing strategies.
Security Tools to Protect Your Nonprofit
From accidental data loss, to viruses that can destabilize your systems, nonprofits are more susceptible than they might think to cybersecurity threats.
Automation Features to Scale Up Your Email Marketing
Email marketing continues to be an important part of many nonprofits' outreach efforts. It is a way of delivering information and updates about your organization and nudging subscribers to support you.
Choosing the Right Microsoft Solution: Office 2021 vs. Business Premium
Microsoft offers a range of productivity solutions for nonprofits, each catering to slightly different needs. In what follows, we will compare two of these tools: the on-premises Office 2021 and the cloud-based Microsoft 365 Business Premium.
5 Tips for Nonprofits to Spend Less on Software
Software as a service (SaaS) enables vital organizational functions — for instance Slack for internal communication or Google for emailing and collaborating on documents.
Understanding the Video Conferencing Tools Available to Your Nonprofit
TechSoup Kenya has a variety of offerings for nonprofits looking to invest in video conferencing tools, and choosing the right one for your needs can be confusing.
Connect Humanity Wants Everyone to Have Fast, Reliable Internet Access
Digital inequity can only be resolved with our collective effort. That's why Connect Humanity has designed this short, 20-minute survey* to find out more about what's holding back your community's internet accessibility.
Operating More Flexibly and Productively with Cloud Email
Email remains a primary driver of communications at most organizations, but the way we work has changed dramatically.