Andy Segedin writing for The NonProfit Times, reports on Microsoft Philanthropies offer to donate $1 billion in Microsoft Cloud Services to nonprofits organizations and institutions to leverage the company’s technology to create more good in the communities they serve. Mr. Segedin has been a writer for NPT Publishing Group since August of 2015. He previously reported for the North Jersey Media Group and Bergen Newspaper Group, LLC.
Microsoft Philanthropies Offers $1B In Cloud Services
Andy Segedin | The NonProfit Times | 1/20/16
Microsoft Philanthropies has committed to donating $1 billion in Microsoft Cloud Services to nonprofits and universities during the next three years. The commitment is part of a three-stage initiative by the software giant to use its cloud computing tools for the public good.
The donation program will launch this spring and extends a similar Microsoft initiative that has provided resources such as Microsoft 365 to organizations over the past two years.
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