Moving to the cloud is too costly for Charities

Deborah Jepson

Is it really expensive to adopt the Microsoft cloud?

Challenged with limited resources and reliant on fundraising, the cloud is often perceived as an expensive option for many charities – just the thought of investing in new technology to modernise your not-for-profit organisation may seem costly. As the demand for hybrid working increases, how can you introduce flexible, yet secure working when you don’t have the budget to replace old servers under desks, outdated hardware and the need for a VPNs?

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Did you know that Microsoft offers significant discounts and grants to charities and nonprofits in order to support the cost effective adoption of the Microsoft Cloud?

Charities and not for profit organisations are entitled to a Microsoft grant to access:

  • 300 Business Basic licences for free
  • 10 Business Premium licences for free
  • 10 Power Apps licences for free
  • $3500 Microsoft Azure consumption 
  • Discounted Microsoft hardware 
  • Up to 75% discount of Microsoft licensing
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Interested to learn more?

Hopefully, this article has helped dispel the myth that the cloud is too costly for charities and other non-profit organisations.

AspiraCloud already works with numerous charities of all sizes across the UK, helping them take advantage of these discounts and move to a secure, serverless environment, completely negating the need for VPNs, dusty old servers and outdated hardware. Are you ready to get cloud ready?

If you would like to learn how your charity can access these grants from Microsoft, the AspiraCloud team can help you get started. Simply contact us today to start making savings. And don’t forget to join our upcoming webinar where our cloud experts will discuss this charity technology myth and much more!