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Tech Impact to offer discounted IT migration workshops through tt-exchange

Tech Trust is holding a series of workshops for UK charities to help keep their technology up-to-date, by aiding migration to Microsoft 365’s latest cloud software. Conducted by charity technology experts, Tech Impact, eligible charities will have a choice of one of three in-depth ‘DIY’ workshops at discounted rates.

The workshops include:

  • SharePoint online DIY migration, which is designed to guide organisations through the process of migrating their existing file-sharing systems (such as DropBox) to Microsoft SharePoint Online. Price is £175 + VAT.
  • Office 365 DIY migration workshop for IT departmentsis one live instructional webinar which guides an organisation’s IT staff through the process of migrating to Microsoft Office 365. Price is £175 + VAT.
  • Office 365 DIY migration workshop for small organisationsis a series of four live webinars designed to guide organisations through the process of migrating their existing email, calendar and contact management systems to Microsoft 365. Price is £200 + VAT.

Each workshop webinar includes a live Q & A session with an expert from Tech Impact. Charities will also have access to a bank of written material for six months after the training webinars, these include: how-to-guides, administrator and end-user documentation, and planning materials.

Richard Craig, CEO of Tech Trust, said: “Tech Impact’s expertise in providing charities with technology educations and services make their services excellent fit for our tt-exchange programme. We are pleased to offer eligible charities the opportunity to access specialised technology training designed to help them run their organisations more effectively.”

Click here for more information and a full list of eligibility requirements.

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