Let's start with the assumption that you already know what 'cloud services' are. You might not be certain about which cloud services will benefit your nonprofit the most— cloud storage, online donation management, accounting, etc., but you understand the concept that 'in the cloud' means NOT IN YOUR OFFICE. And you may also understand some of the related concerns to that.
Nonprofits are experiencing increased demand for transparency, and enhanced use of technology, but still face the reality of restricted and or limited budgets. Many nonprofits, prehaps even yours, are exploring 'cloud-based services' in response to those demands. The service have monthly or annual costs, some are free, you don't have to worry about maintenance, upgrades, or nearly as much downtime. But you do have to consider which services do you want to start with. What makes the most sense for your nonprofit?
Well if you're thinking about storage, file-sharing for your organization you've got a few options, but Dropbox and Google Drive are two of the more well-known options.
Our second of two workshops on Cloud Services deals with Google Drive. This workshop will discuss various ways your organization can take advantage of Google Drive. By itself or in combination with other 'cloud services'. Put Google Drive to work for you.