AspiraCloud helps civil rights charity become cloud ready

Deborah Jepson

AspiraCloud supports the launch of a brand new charity, Black Equity Organisation, with Microsoft 365 licensing and IT support.

AspiraCloud is thrilled to announce the addition of Black Equity Organisation (BEO) as its latest customer from the charity sector.

Founded by some of the UK’s most influential Black leaders from the worlds of business, law, arts and social justice, BEO aims to advance justice and equity for Black people across the UK.

Black Equity Organisation

This brand new national civil rights organisation is focused on six key issues, including racial discrimination in the justice and immigration systems as well as racial disparities in housing, health, education and economic opportunities.

AspiraCloud has been helping Black Equity Organisation set up and deploy Microsoft 365 across the organisation ready for their launch at the end of May 2022. 

As a Microsoft Gold partner and licence experts, AspiraCloud recommended and rolled out a cost effective licence package, specifically designed to support charities and not for profit organisations get the best value out of their Microsoft investment. Combined with technical support during the launch phase, this civil rights charitable organisation is now up and running with Microsoft 365, while all devices and data are fully secured.

Adrian Edgar, Managing Director at AspiraCloud concludes: “We’re delighted to be working with Black Equity Organisation. Moving forward, we will continue to support the charity with on-going Cloud First IT support services as well as providing device and endpoint management services, so the team can work from any location on any device, confident all data remains secure as the charity grows.”

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