Huddle Wins Award
18th November 2009 - Huddle has just been named the Internet Product of the Year in the UK IT Industry Awards.
Windows 7 Upgrades Now Available
22nd October 2009 - Windows 7 Upgrades are now available to eligible charities through CTX. There is a specially donation offer available to charities who would normally be unable to request a donation because of the request cycle restrictions on the Microsoft Programme.
Eagle Conferencing Introduces Value-Added Services In UK And Donates Conference Call Services To UK Charities!
24th September 2009 – Eagle Conferencing today launched their charitable donation scheme in the UK for conference calls. The scheme, managed by Charity Technology Exchange (CTX), enables UK charities to operate audio conferences with their partners in India without incurring international call charges.
UnLtd Level 2 Awards Are Open!
3rd September 2009 - UnLtd is looking for inspiring people who have innovative and entrepreneurial solutions to some of biggest challenges facing communities, wider society and the world. Full details and the online expression of interest form are now available at www.unltd.org.uk/level2. The application process for the latest round closes on Monday 21st September 2009.
DSC Social Change Awards
2nd September 2009 - Are you passionate about making a positive change in society? Do you deserve recognition for your work? Do you know someone else who does? If yes, then you could be nominated for a Social Change Award!
Nominate your Digital Hero and they could win £5,000 towards their charitable project
31st August 2009 - The TalkTalk Digital Heroes Awards, in conjunction with Citizens Online, are looking for 12 Digital Heroes, one from each region of the UK. You can find out more information on the awards and how to enter at www.talktalk.co.uk/digitalheroes. Deadline for entries is 11th September 2009.
Charity software bid from Romsey MP Sandra Gidley
17th August 2009 - “Good IT can really help charities bring in supporters and get out their message – so I encourage all local charities to give it a go! Register with the Charity Technology Exchange, and see if you are eligible to benefit”
YEOVIL MP David Laws has encouraged local charities to apply for donated software from Microsoft.
3rd August 2009 - Microsoft have written to Mr Laws about their software donation programme, which is run in conjunction with the Charity Technology Trust.
Windows Server 2008 Itanium, Datacenter and Web Editions Now Available Through CTX
17th June 2009 - Microsoft offers Windows Server through the CTX Programme in the Standard and Enterprise editions for both 2003 and 2008. Microsoft now also offers three special-purpose editions for 2008: the Datacenter, Web and Itanium editions.
Free Sage 50* Accounts workshop for charities and voluntary organisations
20th May 2009 - Entec Novare announces a third workshop on 10 June 2009 at the NCVO HQ in London.
Know Who’s Knocking at Your Door: A New Generation of Web Insight Available Through CTX
23rd April 2009 - CTX announces the launch of the Trovus Revelations™ Discount Programme!
Symantec 2009 Desktop Products Now Available Through CTX
7th April 2009 - We are pleased to announce that Symantec has updated its Desktop offerings available for donation to charities through CTX. The range now includes Norton AntiVirus 2009, Norton Internet Security 2009 and pcAnywhere 12.5
Symantec to Donate Enterprise Security Products to UK Charities
3rd March 2009 - Symantec Corp. (Nasdaq: SYMC) today added a range of their market leading Enterprise security products to their UK charity donation scheme managed by Charity Technology Exchange (CTX).
CTX Recognised for Excellence by the British Computer Society
5th December 2008 - At a gala dinnner at the Marriott Grosvenor House Hotel in London last night, Charity Technology Trust were medalists in the British Computer Society Awards in the category Project Excellence, Social Contribution.
TechSoup Europe honoured at EU e-Inclusion
2nd December 2008 - William Hoyle, CEO Charity Technology Trust was part of a delegation representing TechSoup Europe at the finals of the EU e-Inclusion awards in Vienna.
UK Charities to benefit from online collaboration
18th November 2008 - Charity Technology Trust has announced today the launch of the Huddle.net donation programme through Charity Technology Exchange (CTX)
Charity Technology Trust wins the Charity Times ICT Services Award 2008
19th September 2008 - Charity Technology Trust received the Charity Times ICT Services 2008 award at a gala ceremony at the Royal Lancaster Hotel last night.
Tell Your Story With Photos: Flickr Donation Programme Now Available On The CTX Programme
22nd May 2008 - The Flickr photo sharing service has teamed up with TechSoup/CTX Programme to offer premium "Pro" accounts to individuals within eligible organisations. Flickr is a new way for organisations like yours to tell your story. By requesting a package of two or five Pro accounts, you can showcase and chronicle your organisation's work through your own photography.
Minister Margaret Richie Officially Launches Charity Technology eXchange Donation Programme for Non-Profit Organisations In Northern Ireland
24th April 2008 - Ms Margaret Richie, Minister for Social Development today officially launched a technology donation programme for non-profit organisations in Northern Ireland. The programme, run by Charity Technology Trust, is supported by Microsoft, Cisco and Symantec and will provide every qualifying non profit with access to technology donations from the supporting companies. It is estimated that up to 4,000 organisations can benefit from this new initiative and can receive technology with a cumulative value of up to £20m per annum.
Bytes of Learning Donation Programme Launched
7th April 2008 - The Bytes of Learning Donation Programme is launched, offering UltraKey which systematically teaches touch typing and safe keyboarding using voice, 3-D animation, video and virtual reality.
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