Adobe has a range of creative software products that can be used to edit images, design websites, publish newsletters, create video and audio productions amongst other
The Bitdefender donation program provides antivirus and security software to eligible charities. Their products can be used to enhance security on networked Windows and Mac computers and Windows servers.
The Cisco Systems donation programme provides an assortment of wired and wireless networking hardware products to eligible charities. The programme can provide all the equipment and hardware necessary to create a functioning network with only additional wiring required.
Google for nonprofits offers qualified organizations access to free versions of paid Google products and special features designed for nonprofits. These tools can help nonprofits find new donors and volunteers, work more efficiently, and get supporters to take action.
Microsoft wants to help charitable organisations in Ireland realise their full potential through the power of technology. For this reason, they provide a wide variety of professional and enterprise software products to charities registered in Ireland.
SAP provides a range of business intelligence software and services to eligible charities. Their Crustal Reports allows you to design and deliver meaningful reports based on data from numerous sources. With SAP Lumira, you can combine and visualize data from multiple sources – presenting both big picture and granular insights in a single view.
Symantec Enterprise products enhance security on multiple networked computers and their desktop products enhance security on a single computer.
Bytes of Learning provides keyboarding instruction to eligible charities with their UltraKey 6 donation. Use this product to improve the keyboarding skills of your organisation’s personnel.
Mailshell provides desktop spam filtering software to eligible charities with their Anti-Spam Desktop Product for Windows users that intercepts incoming email messages before they reach the user’s inbox. Users can choose their filter strength and decide if they want spam put in its own folder, deleted, bounced, or simply marked so they will know to avoid it.