Posted on 01/10/15 by Mathan Allington
Microsoft Office 2016 features new, modern versions of all of the classic desktop applications including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, OneNote and Skype for Business. Quickly produce professional documents with rich authoring features, design controls for pixel-perfect layouts and newly built in Excel tools will help you get more out of your data, faster and easier.
Posted on 03/08/15 by Tori Jaffer
In recent months I have spent time working with the amazing customer support team here at Connecting Up. I learnt firsthand how to field the thousands of varied questions and requests that come in each week from our customers, and boy were there a lot!
Posted on 22/05/15 by Mathan Allington
Wondering why there's no longer a reference to year or version information in Microsoft product names in the Connecting Up catalogue? We've simplified these names, and you can now choose the specific year or version on Microsoft's VLSC website when you're downloading the software.
Posted on 07/05/15 by Mathan Allington
Posted on 01/05/15 by Mathan Allington
We have a wonderful opportunity for two individuals/organisations to be awarded an R&G Technologies Scholarship to the Connecting Up Conference 2015.
Posted on 30/04/15 by Mathan Allington
If you love bringing people together to talk about how we can use technology for good you’re just the person we want.
Posted on 27/03/15 by Mathan Allington
Upgrading out-of-date infrastructure and making better use of online media are top priorities for Australian and New Zealand not-for-profits in their efforts to keep up in the digital age.
Posted on 06/01/15 by Ryan Jones
Welcome to 2015, and welcome back if you managed to take some time off over the Christmas and New Year period. Now is a great time to get your IT in order for the new year, make sure you're up to date, secure and reliable.
Posted on 18/11/14 by Ryan Jones
Connecting Up, TechSoup New Zealand and Infoxchange are proud to launch the 2014 National Not-for-profit Technology Survey!
Posted on 27/10/14 by Ryan Jones
In 2014, Microsoft's Connecting Communities events will be held in Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne, providing more not-for-profit organisations than ever before access to information about how technology can be used to assist organisations achieve greater outcomes for the communities they serve.