IT & Technology

A 5-step plan to reducing charity fraud
IT & TECHNOLOGY | 30 October 2017

As fraud continues to cost charities billions every year, reducing fraud risk is paramount to increasing the funds available to beneficiaries.

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How can charities combat cyber-crime?
IT & TECHNOLOGY | 28 June 2017

Cyber-crime is a very real threat, raising awareness among staff is crucial.

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Designing websites for someone who’s never been online
IT & TECHNOLOGY | 03 January 2017

Charities often provide services to individuals with below average digital literacy. Bea Karol Burks explains how they can ensure their web presence caters to these users. 

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How to choose the right CRM system for your charity
IT & TECHNOLOGY | 11 December 2015

Managing all your donors can be a headache for charities of any size. Here's how to choose a system that helps, whether your charity is large or small

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Senior managers failing to support digital innovation, research finds
IT & TECHNOLOGY | 01 June 2015

Charities reveal that digital technology is not integrated into overall strategies

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New international money transfer service launched for charities
IT & TECHNOLOGY | 02 September 2013

Charity Technology Trust says the service will save money and time

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Government announces social incubator awards winners
IT & TECHNOLOGY | 20 February 2013

Technology start-ups to benefit from first set of funding, while deadline for second round approaches

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The technology of foolishness
IT & TECHNOLOGY | 22 October 2008

The PASC report has highlighted an uncomfortable truth; that one size does not fit all when it comes to commissioning public services and that there is much more to be done on ‘intelligent commissioning’ for the third sector to deliver the unique value it is capable of.

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