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Earlier today Microsoft announced a range of exciting developments for the not-for-profit sector, including changes to their licensing model for not-for-profits and charities.

These changes will enable Infoxchange to offer a broader set of products and services directly to our customers, including innovations such as volunteer licensing.

Infoxchange is working on a series of communications, face-to-face events and webinars to share insights on what these changes will mean for not-for-profit organisations.

As a Gold-certified Microsoft partner, we will be able to continue to assist not-for-profits with their transformation projects and we will now be able to transact additional products and services to support our clients across all aspects of their Microsoft technology needs.

We look forward to continuing our 20-year history of working with Microsoft in Australia to provide access to the best solutions at affordable prices for the community sector.

If you have any immediate concerns or you are planning technology transformation projects over the next few months, please feel free to email us or call +61 3 94187400.

If you’re wondering how your not-for-profit compares when it comes to using technology, the 2018 Global NGO Technology Report will show you how you stack up against the rest of the country – and the world.

A major survey released today shows more than half of respondents in the disability sector report that their IT systems don’t work well for their staff and management. 

With the Not-For-Profit IT Survey now launched, we looked at how the survey’s insights will support organisations to make better IT decisions.

To celebrate World Environment Day, we thought we’d tell you about what we’re doing to reduce our carbon footprint.

When it’s used well, social media can be a fantastic, cost-effective tool for your not-for-profit organisation.

We’re again offering all Auckland-based not-for-profit organisations a free hour of strategic IT advice.

Ever wonder how you fair compared to other not-for-profits when it comes to your website, email communications, fundraising tools and social media?  

We're reducing our ecological footprint with a few small changes.

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