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SharePoint Online for Nonprofits: Tips for File Sharing Success
A lot has changed since our last webinar describing SharePoint online for nonprofits’ file storage and file collaboration functionality. The platform is easier to use than ever, and with many nonprofits moving to fully remote work or a hybrid office, organizations are rethinking collaboration and cloud file storage security.
Are you utilizing SharePoint best practices? Are your staff frustrated by your protocols, or are they whizzing along collaborating with ease and speed? Do you have any files shared in SharePoint that need extra security?
Please join our resident expert Steve Longenecker in this video to walk through what SharePoint can do for your nonprofit.
If your nonprofit is already using Office365 in the cloud for email, then you should be leveraging SharePoint, the platform’s capabilities for document sharing, a component of Office 365 also available to nonprofits through donated licenses from Microsoft.
- Are you using SharePoint as a file storage library?
- Is your file sharing set up so that your staff are using it with ease?
- Do you have some confusion or frustration with sharing files and collaborating using SharePoint?
- Learn highlights from Community IT Innovators’ user trainings provided in SharePoint implementations.
Steve has directed many SharePoint implementations and trainings with our clients. This new and updated video incorporates material from recent trainings.
We know our nonprofits will be called on over the next few years to provide more support to our communities than ever before. Put your best foot forward now with tech projects that position your organization to deliver on your mission at this critical time.
As with all our webinars, this presentation is appropriate for an audience of varied IT experience.
As Director of IT Consulting, Steve Longenecker divides his time at Community IT primarily between managing the company’s Projects Team and consulting with clients on IT planning. Steve’s appreciation for working at Community IT Innovators is rooted in respect for the company’s dream and vision, and for the excellent colleagues that that dream and vision attract.
Before coming to Community IT in September 2004, Steve was an 8th grade science teacher at Takoma Park Middle School, and – though that was a long time ago now – he still draws on lessons learned in that first career. Steve is MCSE certified. He has a B.A. in Biology from Earlham College in Richmond, IN and a Masters in the Art of Teaching from Tufts University in Massachusetts.
Steve enjoys leading webinars and sharing his nonprofit technology knowledge, especially regarding SharePoint online for nonprofits, and these tips for file sharing success.