SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 20 ó If these are lean times for corporate information technology purchasers, what is the situation for nonprofit groups that need new hardware or software? Surprisingly good, as it turns out.
Despite the moribund information technology economy, the nonprofit sector may actually be benefiting from the slump ó as companies like Microsoft see donations as a way of helping keep their products in widespread use, and as large numbers of otherwise unemployed hardware and software professionals demonstrate a new willingness to take jobs in the nonprofit community. (full story)
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