O&O Software

O&O Software has joined with BiGTech Donations Program to provide system and data management software to nonprofit organizations. O&O provides tools for performance, data security, data recovery, and system administration on Windows-based desktops, notebooks, and servers.
Organizations can use O&O software to:
  • Prevent losing important organizational data and recover it if it's lost
  • Improve the performance of their computers, so they can be used longer before being replaced
  • Minimize the time spent by IT administrators ensuring computer performance
Each qualifying organization may request two donations within a fiscal year (July 1 – June 30). Only nonprofits registered under Trusts Act, Indian Societies Act or section 25 of Companies Act are eligible.
Please consult the eligibility and restrictions page to review your organization's eligibility to participate in this program.

BUSY EM 21 (Enterprise Multi-User)

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Admin Fee: ₹3 080.00
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BUSY ES 21 (Enterprise Single-User)

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Admin Fee: ₹1 232.00
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BUSY BS 21 (Basic Single-User)

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Admin Fee: ₹448.00
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Adobe Acrobat Pro 2020 for Windows

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SKU: G-51458
Admin Fee: ₹4 625.00
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Windows Server Standard Edition

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SKU: LVS-47872
Admin Fee: ₹1 156.00
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Office Standard

SKU: LS-48335
Admin Fee: ₹4 009.00
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SharePoint Server User CAL – Standard

SKU: LS-40937
Admin Fee: ₹1 233.00
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SharePoint Server Device CAL – Standard

SKU: LS-40936
Admin Fee: ₹1 002.00
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Cisco EMEA Programme

posted  बुध, 22/11/2006 - 17:58  

Eligibility Criteria

This programme is currently available only to eligible South African non-profit organisations (see Programme eligibility Criteria)
  • Products will be distributed to eligible organisations only, not to individuals.
  • An organisation must have an annual budget of less than R35 million per annum.
  • Organisations which provide the following types of services are eligible to receive Cisco donations through this programme:
    • Basic Human Needs:
        • Housing & shelter
        • Low income housing
        • Housing for the aged
        • Help and accommodation for the homeless
        • Refuges and shelters
        • Care and housing of children and orphans
        • Food & income
        • Food distribution
        • Helping meet basic needs inc. finance
        • Job training/basic skills training/help into work
        • Legal aid and counselling and advice
        • Access to clean water
        • Mine clearance
    • Access to Education:
          • Special needs education
          • Access to basic skills
          • Literacy
          • Numeracy
          • Digital inclusion
          • Re-training of long term unemployed
    • Access to Health Services:
          • Awareness, support and information for sufferers of illness
          • Health counselling
          • Care for the elderly
          • Aid to the handicapped
          • Prevention of cruelty to children
          • Rescue & emergency services
          • Rehabilitation services (drugs, alcohol etc)

The following types of organisations are not eligible to receive Cisco donations through this programme:

    • Religious organisations without a secular community designation: A secular designation is defined as an organisation separate from the church or religious organisation that provides services to people regardless of their religious beliefs and does not propagate a belief in a specific faith. Example: A refugee shelter with Public Benefit Organisation status that is run by a church, but is a separate and unique organisation that provides shelter and assistance to anyone who qualifies for services, regardless of religious beliefs.
    • Foundations and grant-making organisations
    • Schools
    • Museums
    • Libraries
    • Camps
    • Zoos
    • Cultural and environmental education organisations
    • Any organisation that advocates, supports or practices discrimination based on race, religion, age, ethnicity, national origin, language, size, gender, sexual orientation, socioeconomic background or disability.

In terms of the programme:

  • During one fiscal year (1st July – 30th June), an organisation may request any quantity of Cisco products in a single order . The combined administrative fees for all ordered items may not exceed R9500 (R118,750 retail value) + VAT.
  • An organisation that is an affiliate of a larger organisation (with no more than 10 affiliates) may order products individually, providing it is a registered South African Public Benefit Organisation in its own right.
  • An organisation must demonstrate that it has a technology line item in its budget and must be able to state the amount of that budget line item.
  • An organisation must demonstrate that a Trustee or Director of the organisation has requested the equipment.
  • Cisco may, at its sole discretion, provide "functionally equivalent" substitute product(s) for any request or order.
  • Cisco products may not be transferred or resold.
  • Recipient organisations are required to sign an Equipment Donation Agreement.


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