As the Covid-19 coronavirus crisis continues, we hope that you are staying safe and managing to navigate your way through the temporary, new world order.
Though we are socially distanced in both a professional and personal capacity, we still need to engage with colleagues and stakeholders and move forward with daily business, and here at CITA we have been looking at ways to offer charities as much help and support as we can.
To this end, we wanted to take this opportunity to remind you that we have a host of talented volunteers ready and willing to help you work through your IT needs. With many organisations having to move at speed to bring operations online and enable remote working, one of the key challenges you may face is how best to use the many collaborative tools available to make that happen. Through our volunteers, we can offer expert, trustworthy and affordable advice to enable you to make those decisions quickly and move forward with confidence.
To help charities during the current turbulent times, CITA is offering to provide a remote review of your technology needs completely free of charge. The CITA Review (or Tech Surgery) offers independent advice on effective IT. CITA will introduce you to a volunteer to help you to identify and qualify potential IT initiatives that will support your charity’s strategic and operational objectives. We are able to provide knowledge and experience in areas such as email set up and management, migration to new laptops and file sharing, Office 365 deployment, remote working tools and other technologies that will help you be more efficient during the current crisis period.
If you wish to take advantage of a free CITA Review of your current technology’s capability, please visit us at https://charityithelp.org.uk/ and register for your Tech Surgery.
You may also wish to check out the resources on offer from our partners Charity Digital and NCVO at https://charitydigital.org.uk/ and https://www.ncvo.org.uk/.
To find out more about how CITA helps UK Charities please visit: www.charityithelp.org.uk