TPL Receives Laplink Software Grant
San Francisco, CA, 1/18/2005-It was announced today that the Trust for Public Land (TPL), a national land conservation organization, was awarded 500 remote access software licenses by Laplink Software, Inc.
The grant, part of Laplink’s “Connecting with Our Communities” initiative, will allow TPL to more effectively provide computer support to its community of over 400 users around the country.
The software-Laplink Gold 12-lets you connect to other Laplink-enabled computers over any connection type to access critical resources. Users can remotely access files and folders, synchronize data between computers, run applications, support co-workers or friends, print files on distant printers, operate, maintain and even reboot computers.
“Laplink Gold 12 will allow our IS Department to more effectively provide computer support to a widely dispersed user community around the country,” said Jeffrey Karasik, national systems support manager for TPL, “enabling them to spend more time pursuing our mission of conserving land for people.”
“We are proud to support worthwhile organizations such as TPL through our latest initiative,” said Thomas Koll, CEO Laplink Software Inc. “This will help TPL commit more resources towards reaching their goals. And other organizations like TPL that are making a difference will continue to have our support for their IT needs using Laplink technology.”
The grant of 500 software licenses has a retail value of $25,300.00.
For more information on Laplink’s “Connecting With Our Communities” initiative, visit http://www.laplink.com/programs/connectingcommunities/.
The Trust for Public Land is a national nonprofit organization dedicated to conserving land for people to enjoy as parks and open space. Since 1972, TPL has conserved over 2 million acres of land nationwide. For more information about TPL, visit www.tpl.org