Case Study: Conservation International Innovating Innovation Online

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Case Study: Conservation International Innovating Innovation Online

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Can a website save the world? Probably not. But as Conservation International learned, a good one can do a lot of good. With offices in over 30 countries, Conservation International is an international non-governmental organization (NGO) that applies innovations in science, economics, policy and community participation to protect the Earth's biodiversity around the world.

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Using SharePoint as the foundation, Conservation International was able to deploy its flagship website in two months. As a result they have developed an engaging site in multiple languages using limited resources. For example, content owners around the world can update sites easily, in multiple languages, in a fraction of the time it used to take – without the assistance of IT experts.

This is just one of the many ways Microsoft technologies are being deployed by some of the world’s most important entities which in turn is enabling organizations, to focus on their own missions to change the world. Check out some of the case study videos to learn more about SharePoint and new innovations to protect the Earth's biodiversity around the world on the Conservation International site.

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