Google dot org blog - News from Googles Philanthropic Arm at Clinton Global Initiative

Last month, invited the non-profits attending Clinton Global Initiative to a half-day technology training on tools to improve their operations and enhance their websites. Romanus Berg from Ashoka moderated the session and Suzanne DiBianca and others from Salesforce talked about how non-profits can take advantage of the powerful integration between Salesforce and Google Apps. After a high-level plenary session, the 75 organizations in attendance participated in breakout sessions focused on technology solutions for improving internal efficiency, optimizing websites and harnessing the power of online video.

We also took advantage of the occasion to announce a refresh of our Google for Non-Profits site, now more streamlined and with a greater focus on training videos. Where appropriate, the groups in attendance were also given the opportunity to work with Google over the next several months to implement the ideas and strategies that work best for them.

For video from parts of the event, check out our Google for Non-Profits channel on YouTube.

John Lyman, & Galen Panger, Google for Non-Profits

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