The tech giant says: “We know the power of technology to reach supporters and transform the services delivered to beneficiaries.
“At Microsoft we want to see charities access and use these powers to transform how they create social value, and to amplify how they can provide vital services to individuals and communities.”
Tech4Good days give UK charities the opportunity to learn how to get the best out of technology from some of Microsoft’s foremost experts in areas such as:
- cloud computing
- how to be productive with your technology
- data management
- analytics (getting real insight from your data)
- the future of technology
The event takes place at the Microsoft Campus in Reading on Tuesday 1st March from 09:30 to 16:30.
To sign up free-of-charge register here.
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