Softwerx has partnered with the Association of Charitable Organisations (ACO) – an umbrella body for charitable organisations that provide grants and other support services to individuals in need.
Softwerx is pleased to announce their partnership with the Association of Charitable Organisations.
With over twenty years’ experience as a Microsoft Gold Partner, Softwerx supports Charities in navigating the complex landscape of Cyber Security and Compliance. ACO members will now benefit from an array of exclusive workshops, webinars and other support.
Softwerx unashamedly promotes a ‘Microsoft First’ approach to understanding and achieving a robust security and compliance profile. In particular, Softwerx have extensive experience in helping Charities better leverage their existing investment and subscription with Microsoft, to not only improve security and productivity, but also to realise tangible savings by not over-spending on alternate and unnecessary third-party security solutions.
The first step is a Microsoft Discovery Workshop (which can be undertaken remotely) to explore your own security profile and infrastructure, and identify key areas of improvement and cost-saving.
All ACO Members are entitled to a FREE Microsoft Discovery Workshop. To find out more or book a Discovery Workshop with a Microsoft Solutions Architect please contact Nick Catling (Microsoft Account Director for Charities) on 01223 935329 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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About the Association of Charitable Organisations (ACO)
The ACO provide considerable opportunities for members to collaborate and share knowledge and best practice with others in the ACO network. The ACO also sits on a forum with other charity infrastructure bodies throughout the sector, including NCVO, ACEVO, NACVA, Small Charities Coalition and Charity Finance Group – to provide a unified voice for our sector and work with others to campaign/lobby on issues of importance. They also sit on several other groups to contribute on charity sector issues, including the Charities Against Fraud group and Charity User Group.
Visit the website at: https://www.aco.uk.net/page/Home
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