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Now Available: SQL Server 2012
Now Available: SQL Server 2012
Manage the databases related to your organization’s website and internal applications with this all-in-one server solution from Microsoft. SQL Server 2012 (admin fee: $215 – $825) helps your organization manage its information and analysis, including tracking donations and compiling data from multiple sources. Available versions of SQL Server 2012 include Standard Edition, Business Intelligence Edition, and Enterprise Edition. Learn more
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Updated: Build Databases with FileMaker
Updated: Build Databases with FileMaker
Track, manage, and analyze information so you can access exactly what you need, when you need it, with FileMaker Pro 12
 (admin fee: $179). New in version 12: More than 16 Starter Solution templates and 40 built-in design themes allow even inexperienced users to create colorful databases. More advanced users can create customized fields to control how their data appears and even develop iPad and iPhone apps. Also updated: Make your files securely available to up to 250 users across a network, on the web, or on your organization’s intranet with FileMaker Server 12
 (admin fee: $599.Learn more
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New to TechSoup: Back Up Data with npVault
New to TechSoup: Back Up Data with npVault
Protect your organization's systems and servers against disaster by backing up your critical data online with npVault cloud storage from npCloud. This offer (admin fee: $24) lets your nonprofit or library access discounted rates from npVault and includes a one-hour consultation with npCloud. The team will work with you to determine which of your files needs to be backed up. And they will configure, manage, and monitor your backups for you.Learn more
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Refurbished Windows 7 Desktop Computers
Refurbished Windows 7 Desktop Computers
TechSoup's latest stock of refurbished desktops has Norton AntiVirus 2012, Windows 7, and Microsoft Office 2007 already installed. 

Desktops and minitowers come equipped with new keyboards and mice. All refurbished hardware is protected by a 90-day warranty. Plus: these computers come with restoration disks, so you can restore your systems in the event of a crash or virus. See our entire catalog of refurbished hardware
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