Taproot Foundation and VMware Foundation dig into how tech pro bono can transform the way nonprofits serve their communities
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Technology is a valuable tool for nonprofits. It can fundamentally transform the way they serve their community. But when organizations are short on time, budget, staff, and resources, figuring out how to tackle a tech-related project can feel impossible. Pro bono can help.
International Nonprofit Dedicated to Women in Tech Establishes Group in San Jose to Provide Local Engineers With Training, Events, and Support
SAN JOSE, COSTA RICA - September, 30, 2019 /3BL Media/ —Women Who Code (WWCode), the world’s largest and most active organization of women engineers, with the support of VMware, has announced the launch of our newest WWCode Network in San Jose, Costa Rica.
Nicola Peill-Moelter, Ph.D. Board of Directors, REBA Director of Sustainability Innovation, VMware, Inc.
Are you new to renewable energy procurement and perhaps a little overwhelmed by all its complexities? I was too back in 2015, after Akamai Technologies committed to powering 50% of its global network operations with renewable energy. As Akamai’s senior director of environmental sustainability at the time, I was tasked with executing the goal.
By Betsy Sutter, Corporate Senior Vice President and Chief People Officer
PALO ALTO, California /3BL Media/ - 2018 marked a very special year for us at VMware. We celebrated our 20th anniversary, and brought together our founders, along with our current leadership, during our employee all-hands meeting, to reflect on the past and celebrate how far we’ve come. We created a timeline that begins when five forward-thinking technologists in 1998, all passionate about creating a new way to compute, came together to form the business.
TechSoup equips communities with the innovative technology they need to build a more equitable planet.
From One to Many In the minds of nonprofits and corporate tech leaders alike — from San Francisco to Sicily, and Sri Lanka to Senegal — TechSoup nourishes social causes through innovation.
In 1987, Daniel Ben-Horin came up with the idea to create a technology mentoring system to help nonprofits and schools. Today, TechSoup enables the social sector with the technology essential for improving lives worldwide.
313 million surgical procedures take place every year. Only 6 percent occur in the world’s poorest nations. For impoverished Africans, a floating hospital brings hope and healing to the forgotten poor.
Tresor, a 10-year-old Cameroon boy. a fire that left scars across his body and denied him the use of his arm.
Assiatou, an 18-year-old woman with a dream. a car accident that left her unable to walk without pain.
Emmanuel, a baby born to loving parents. a tumor with the potential to kill.