Are you a registered charity or a ‘not for profit’ organisation? 

Are you looking to upgrade your IT hardware and software?  Have you been informed by your IT about the possibility of you qualifying for discounted hardware and software?  If the answer to the latter is No, then you need to visit Charity Technology Trust’s web site and check to see if you are eligible.

Computer software can be very expensive for many charities and not-for-profit businesses, this where Charity Technology Trust’s tt-exchange donation programme can help.

These businesses are being offered the latest version of Microsoft Office at a fraction of its price list.  Eligible businesses can apply for a licence for the standard version of Office for an administration fee of £15, or the professional version for £20.

The eligibility criteria include being a registered UK charity or housing association and working in areas such as the advancement of education, social and community welfare or providing relief to the poor.

Are you a Student?

Are you a student and want to use Microsoft Office applications and find it too expensive, then fear not as your educational establishment may allow you to get the software for FREE under the Student Advantage scheme.  Check with the establishment IT department on how you can go about getting this installed on your computer/laptop.  There may be a small charge for downloads to tablets and or smartphones.

Useful links:

http://www.microsoft.com/uk/education/schools/software-licensing/buying-for-students.aspx

http://office.microsoft.com/en-gb/academic/compare-office-365-education-plans-FX103045755.aspx

 

To become a proficient user of Microsoft Office applications why not call KITT Consultancy and book on some training some training sessions.

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