Microsoft Office 365
for nonprofits
Ryan Jones, Marketing Coordinator
Benefits of cloud software
• Flexibility - capacity to add users and scale without hardware
investment
• Reliability - hos...
What is Office 365?
All your favourite Microsoft Office tools
• Web-based versions of Word, Excel, PowerPoint and OneNote
...
Why Office in the cloud?
• Access your data wherever
you want it
• Centralised document storage
for your organisation
• Au...
Exchange Online
• Powerful web-based email
• Shared calendars
• Manage your meeting rooms
• 50GB per user of storage
• Acc...
Lync Online
• Get real-time presence
information
• IM, voice or HD video chat
• Group HD chat with up to 5
people
• Mobile...
OneDrive for Business
• 1 terabyte of cloud storage
per user
• Access your files from
anywhere
• Synchronise with your
des...
SharePoint Online
• Online work sites for
collaboration
• Site email address
• Share documents
• Track tasks and timelines...
Office 365 Enterprise E1 for Charities
• Office Online – web apps
• Exchange Online - Hosted email
• OneDrive for Business...
Office 365 Enterprise E3 for Charities
All the benefits of E1 PLUS:
• Desktop apps:
• Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher, ...
How do I get it?
Eligible not-for-profit organisations can
access Office 365 Enterprise E1 donations
direct from Microsoft...
Are you ready for Office 365?
An Office 365 Readiness Assessment provides you with:
• A report on your technical readiness...
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July 2014 update of my Microsoft Office 365 for nonprofits webinar, presented for Connecting Up/TechSoup New Zealand to not-for-profit organisations in Australia, New Zealand and South East Asia.

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  • What we’re talking about today not the kind of Office 365 you can buy from retail stores, JB Hifi, Harvey Norman and the like.

    Microsoft are now donating their Enterprise version of Office 365 to not-for-profit organisations all over the world.
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    Microsoft Office Web Apps – access and edit Microsoft Office documents on the cloud, collaboratively
    Microsoft Lync – make voice and high definition video calls with colleagues
    Microsoft SkyDrive Pro – cloud storage to share
    Microsoft Exchange – hosted email in the cloud
    SharePoint – public facing website or private document repository
  • Data available wherever you are,
  • Online web access
    Emphasise security and privacy
  • Presence automatically sets your availability to see when people are free
  • Now comes with 1 Tb of storage (up from 25 GB)
    Average Word doc = 250kb, 1 TB ~ 4.3million Word docs…
  • Starts as an Intranet but can do much more
    Project management
    Site mailbox that whole team can access
    Site files just for that project/site/team
    Tasks and timelines
    Also add public website

    Note: Marcus will look more at the collaboration features in the demo and also has a good slide on a website built in SharePoint

  • Office 365 for nonprofits (July 2014)

    1. 1. Microsoft Office 365 for nonprofits Ryan Jones, Marketing Coordinator
    2. 2. Benefits of cloud software • Flexibility - capacity to add users and scale without hardware investment • Reliability - hosted with guaranteed service, multiple data centres and automated backups • Up to date - always up to date, all users always on the same version = peace of mind!
    3. 3. What is Office 365? All your favourite Microsoft Office tools • Web-based versions of Word, Excel, PowerPoint and OneNote • Work collaboratively on documents • Pick up where you left off on different devices • Mobile apps to edit your documents wherever you are PLUS Microsoft Cloud Servers!
    4. 4. Why Office in the cloud? • Access your data wherever you want it • Centralised document storage for your organisation • Automated backups • No need to run your own servers Word Excel PowerPoint OneNote
    5. 5. Exchange Online • Powerful web-based email • Shared calendars • Manage your meeting rooms • 50GB per user of storage • Access via mobile apps • Security and privacy
    6. 6. Lync Online • Get real-time presence information • IM, voice or HD video chat • Group HD chat with up to 5 people • Mobile apps for Windows Phone, Android and iOS • Screen sharing and virtual whiteboard • Allow external people to join via Lync Web App
    7. 7. OneDrive for Business • 1 terabyte of cloud storage per user • Access your files from anywhere • Synchronise with your desktop • Document versioning
    8. 8. SharePoint Online • Online work sites for collaboration • Site email address • Share documents • Track tasks and timelines • Custom apps • Public website
    9. 9. Office 365 Enterprise E1 for Charities • Office Online – web apps • Exchange Online - Hosted email • OneDrive for Business - Simple file sharing • Lync - Video conferencing and instant messaging • SharePoint Online - Public website or intranet/private website • Active Directory integration – manage user credentials and permissions • Yammer Enterprise – social media for your organisation • 24/7 technical phone support
    10. 10. Office 365 Enterprise E3 for Charities All the benefits of E1 PLUS: • Desktop apps: • Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher, Access, Lync and more • Mobile apps: • Word, Excel and PowerPoint • Advanced email • eDiscovery Centre • Advanced Voice • Business Intelligence
    11. 11. How do I get it? Eligible not-for-profit organisations can access Office 365 Enterprise E1 donations direct from Microsoft’s website: http://microsoft.com/office365nonprofits
    12. 12. Are you ready for Office 365? An Office 365 Readiness Assessment provides you with: • A report on your technical readiness for Office 365 • Key steps for migrating your organisation to Office 365 • A detailed quote for migrating your organisation to Office 365 • Future steps you could take to get more benefit from Office 365 More information: • Australia: http://connectingup.org/office365 • New Zealand: http://techsoup.net.nz/office365

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