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Non-profits have these web conferencing tools available for free. Take advantage of having a presentation online and sharing your desktop with someone in another location even across the world.


Tokbox is the latest rage in web based communications. Skype may have a hold over the free video and voice calls at the moment, but don't forget, this is the technological world and there's always another disruptive technology that comes along. The amazing thing about Tokbox is that it does not require downloading software!


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ZOHO is a must have for nonprofits period. We're not sure if this is what ZOHO stands for but we'd like to call it "Zen Office, Home Office" :) Thanks to Jacqueline Lawson for the video comparison to Google docs!


You might say this is obvious, but in reality, there are still people out there that do not use Skype and need help using it! This is our favorite Internet calling software and although techies don't like the fact that the source is closed, most of them will agree that Skype has the best quality thus far.


Interpass is an extra on the latest version of Skype. Now that Marc Andreessen and those private investors own a majority stake in Skype and gave Joltid what they deserve (we hope ;), we are hoping that Skype opens up to help the nonprofit world and open source community build upon applications such as Interpass. Just download the latest Skype, click "Tools" and then "Extras".


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