Not all the work at your nonprofit, charity, or library is done in the office! Audio and video conferencing software and hardware lets you hold virtual trainings, meet with out-of-office staff or volunteers, or contact a donor to thank them face-to-face. We've compiled the best audio and video resources from TechSoup and beyond for this toolkit. Make sure to bookmark this page as it continues to grow with new articles, blogs, and videos.
WTOP Remote working: Improve your out-of-office experience WTOP WASHINGTON - In an area where it's not uncommon for daily commutes to clock in around one or two hours each way, working remotely, if even for a few days a month, is an attractive idea...
Beating the awful commute while still being productive - local TV/Radio station describes its efforts.
DigitalJournal.com Telecommute: Frenchman runs business from deserted remote island DigitalJournal.com Following his bright idea last year, Toulemonde set off in the middle of October for a 40 day telecommute on a remote, deserted island in...
You wish! As long as the work gets done,right? But wouldn't you get lonely?
Skype can be a great tool for creating high-quality web videos without exceeding your nonprofit's budget. Find out how a few minor investments and five simple tips can help you produce a video to help tell your organization's story.
Want to meet with a potential donor, but they live halfway across the world? Use video conferencing!
A screenshot from Watchitoo, an inventive and powerful new addition to the Web conferencing field. (Click for full size) Here are our top choices for live streaming tools, webinars & employee collaboration online Target audience: Nonprofits...
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