At the heart of ISKCON.NET is G Suite (formerly known as Google Apps), a package of business-class tools for computer, mobile and tablet.
Workplace is a private social network from Facebook, as familiar as facebook.com - but only for ISKCON.
Productivity software and services including Office Online, SharePoint and Skype for Business.
Project management in ISKCON will be turbo-charged by Asana, the tool that helps your work move forward.
Empowering ISKCON's local leaders to promote their centres to devotees and the public at large - ISKCON's official global directories of centres, events and jobs.
Federated Single-Sign On (SSO) from the Google Cloud for your custom applications using Security Assertion Markup Language (SAML) - ISKCON.NET takes care of the user directory for your custom apps.
Connect with devotees from anywhere in the world using tools as familar as Gmail and Facebook
Maintain proper archives of discussions, decisions and documents.
Save money by cutting unnecessary travel and phone calls
Create intranet or external sites to share knowledge and work on projects
Find devotees in the global contacts directory, including both internal users and external contacts
Join or form a team and get involved in remote seva from the comfort of your home
Get organised with email, contacts, calendar, notes, reminders, tasks, projects and more
Collaborate on documents, sheets, presentations, forms and sites in real-time, with editing, commenting and revision history
Develop custom applications for offline, web and mobile through various application programming interfaces (APIs) or integrate with hundreds of existing third party tools
Work on your desktop or laptop, online for all of our tools, and offline for G Suite email, calendar and contacts via Outlook or your preferred email software.
Our tools are optimised for use on screens of all sizes, and they include mobile apps for iPads and Android tablets.
Use the tools on their mobile-responsive browser sites, and for the best experience, use native mobile apps for iPhone and Android devices.
“You can utilise [technology] for spreading Krishna consciousness… If the telephone and the telegraph, television is used for propagating Krishna consciousness, then it is all right… We are utilising the modern press facilities for printing Vedic scriptures.”
– Morning Walk, Caracas, 21 February 1975
ISKCON Network, a California 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation, is authorised and supported by the GBC Executive Committee, the ISKCON Communications Ministry and the GBC Strategic Planning Team to establish and promote ISKCON.NET.