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Remanufactured 40-piece/minute semiautomatic desktop mailing system and associated services
Remanufactured 30-piece/minute semiautomatic desktop mailing system and associated services
This guide will help you understand the questions to ask when shopping for a computer. It will also provide a quick reference checklist with definitions of some basic technology terms (not too many!), as well as the minimum standards we recommend for computers.
Automatic protection against the latest online threats (electronic delivery only)
Automatic protection against viruses, spyware, and other security risks (electronic delivery only)
Online interactive training tool for up to 25 attendees
Whether you're looking to develop new skills, satisfy your technical curiosity, or solve day-to-day technology problems at your nonprofit or library, the offline resources discussed in this article will help. They include creating a testing or learning environment, networking, classroom-based training, conferences, and print resources like books and magazines.
When a technology question arises at your nonprofit or library, the amount of technology information available online can be overwhelming. From quick tutorials to an entire college lecture series, you can access information on any topic and in any format. This article will provide suggestions for navigating the amazing array of online resources. Sites discussed here include quick reference sources, news and product review websites, social networking and discussion forums, and more in-depth training and e-learning sources.
Once your organization has decided it's ready to upgrade to Windows 7 and has verified that it meets the technical requirements to do so, it’s time to begin planning for the upgrade itself. This article will walk you through steps to take before and during an install.
It's important to consider whether upgrading to Windows 7 makes sense for your organization and, if so, how you will go about implementing it. To help you decide whether Windows is a good fit for your organization, we’ve come up with four questions for you to consider.
Turn your mediocre nonprofit website into an engaging, high-traffic destination with these 5 basic tips.
As companies, nonprofits, libraries, and individuals find reasons to upgrade their computers, the problem of how to safely discard used equipment continues to grow. In this article, we share some tips for passing along your used but still useful equipment.
Limited offer: Contact and customer management application (electronic delivery only)
Contact and customer management application (electronic delivery only)
Tips for nonprofits and libraries to process credit card transactions both online and off
Wireless headset for use with an office phone, PC, or Mac
Fundraising and donor management software
Tools to track, manage, and serve your your nonprofit’s members
Limited offer: Seagate Barracuda 750-GB internal hard drive with 3 Gb/s SATA interface
Limited offer: Seagate FreeAgent Go 500-GB external hard drive with USB 2.0 interface