Have you ever gone to a work retreat and played the "two truths and a lie" game? The game is simple: you say two facts about yourself and one lie, and your colleagues have to guess which is which.
Today, we're going to play Two Truths and a Lie with all of the new TechSoup products that have launched over the past year. It's been a really busy year, with ten new vendors in the TechSoup catalog.
Which one is the lie? Leave your answers in the comments below. It's just like playing in person, but without having to get to know your co-workers better.
Adobe Creative Cloud helps you tell your organization's story with the world's best photography, video, audio, and web design applications.
If your organization does any work with computer-aided design (CAD), then you were probably as excited as we were about this new offering. Many people consider Autodesk's products the gold standard in CAD, industrial design, infrastructure planning, and more.
Box is an online file sharing and collaboration tool. Box is completely in the cloud, so you can share information with volunteers and external partners without giving them access to your network or emailing documents back and forth. And with mobile apps for all major platforms, your team can stay connected when you're away from your desk.
Comodo provides Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) digital certificates that authenticate your nonprofit's website. When visitors to your website share credit card info or other sensitive information, they can feel more secure knowing that they're actually sharing it with your organization and no one else.
GoDaddy is a domain-name registration and website-hosting service. TechSoup members can request a donated domain name and a one-year subscription to its Website Builder service.
Note: GoDaddy is no longer offered through TechSoup.
Litmos is a cloud-based learning management system (LMS). You can use Litmos to create your own online instructional courses and track learners' progress. Learners can access the courses via a web browser or any iOS or Android device.
Little Green Light is a cloud-based donor management system designed for nonprofits. Little Green Light helps you keep track of donors, volunteers, event attendees, board members, and more.
We were thrilled to welcome OneNFP to the family of TechSoup vendors this year. OneNFP Financials Lite is a cloud-based accounting package specifically designed for nonprofits.
Reading Eggs is an online reading education program, intended for children ages 3 to 13.
Remember: many donation programs have annual limits on the number of products you can request. So make sure to request everything on your wish list by June 30. You can request again when the donation limits reset on July 1.
This post was written by Elliot Harmon, a writer and open web activist. He lives in San Francisco.
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