Microsoft and Charity Digital News launch month of webinars

Become a Microsoft cloud wiz and learn how to get the most out of Office 365 and Dynamics with a new educational webinar series from Charity Digital News and Microsoft.

Chloe Green | 26th Mar 19
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Charity Digital News is launching a month of new webinars for charities in partnership with Microsoft, kicking off with the first webinar next Wednesday on collaboration in the cloud.

On Wednesday 3rd April at 2.30pm, join Microsoft charity experts as they explain how to make the most of Office 365’s collaboration tools to get things done. In this free webinar, ‘Improving employee collaboration in the cloud,’ charities can learn how to use new little-known collaboration tools in Office 365 such as co-authoring documents and giving presentations in real-time.

The webinar will feature practical tips on improving the way you collaborate, with a chance to put your questions to Microsoft’s team on how to take full advantage of collaboration in Word, Excel, PowerPoint and OneNote.

Quiz the gurus

Next week’s webinar is the first in a series of four that Microsoft will be hosting throughout April. Each webinar features practical tips and tricks on how different Microsoft technology solutions can help charities collaborate better, improve their accessibility and make the most of donor and volunteer information. Charities can come away knowing how to make the most of their Microsoft cloud investments to take their cause further.

Each webinar will last one hour and is free for charities to attend. Microsoft experts will showcase the solutions, features and little known tips and tricks for different cloud tools in your charity. Attendees then have the chance to put their questions to the technology gurus.

Catch up on the Microsoft webinar series


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