Following on from the session we ran on using Office 365 earlier this year, this one-hour session will take a look at using SharePoint, OneDrive and Teams as an online space for storing and accessing your documents remotely.
Technology can hinder or support your organisation and getting to grips with some of technological concepts can be tricky! These handy guides and resources have been put together to help demystify some of the complexities around implementing an effective technology / digital strategy, or setting up a new website, database or Google Analytics account. They will also help you figure out where to find free support or software / systems, or online tools that will help you better run and coordinate your organisation.
As a result of the pandemic, many charities and community groups have had to swiftly adapt to delivering services and engaging with their stakeholders online. Many of us are now familiar with technologies like Teams and Zoom but we don’t necessarily know enough about how to use them to make the most of collaboration and remote working.
This one-hour session will focus on how to set up and use Teams to support collaboration and remote working.
This two-hour online workshop introduced delegates to the concept of using a CRM system and database to record and manage your work. We showed how to assess your requirements for a new system, and what you need to think about before you embark on such a project.
This workshop introduced charities and voluntary groups in Camden and Islington to the Office 365 platform (O365) and some of the key applications that facilitate remote working and collaboration. Using a live demo, we showed what O365 is and what it does, with a deep dive into some of its main applications, including: Outlook Office SharePoint OneDrive Teams.
Workshop slides and notes covering:
• Anti-virus, malware and other threats
• Backups and data integrity
• Passwords and user registration
• IT Audit
• Essential IT policies
• GDPR, data protection, data breaches and liabilities
• Nature of data held
• Governance & risk management
Session Topics • Sourcing desktops, laptops, pads and phones • Internet setup and choosing broadband • Servers vs cloud server • Office 365 vs Google Suite • Email • IT Support – internal / outsourced Resources Workshop notes Additional notes
Session Topics The purpose of digital and how can it help your organisation Digital channels – what are the options? Who are your main stakeholders? Main functionality of your website Platforms for building a website Tips on how to build a website Web hosting and domain management Resources Workshop slides Local Tech Support Organisations Website […]
Introduction According to the latest Charity Digital Skills Report, more than 52% of charities do not have a digital strategy in place, yet more than two thirds want to use digital to increase their impact, make more effective use of data and improve service-delivery. At the same time, charities and community groups are faced with […]
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Introduction The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will increase privacy for individuals and give regulatory authorities greater powers. VAC has produced a series of briefings, starting with an introduction and leading to practical guidance for local organisations and has run a series of workshops in Feb/March 2018. Data protection law will change from 25 […]