Microsoft 365 Business: Equipping Your Nonprofit with The Right Technology

PROSERVEIT | October 17, 2019

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Last month, we wrote about the launch of Microsoft 365 business for nonprofits and registered charities, and how this new licensing is not only free for up to 10 users, but that it brings together the best-in-class productivity of Office 365 with advanced security and device management capabilities so that you can securely run and grow your organization. In today’s blog, we’d like to follow up with our previous post, by letting you know a little more about Microsoft 365 Business. Read along to learn more.

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