John Tate, business consultant and a visiting lecturer at Cass Business School

Tuning in to technology

16 Feb 2015 | John Tate

John Tate is befuddled by the vast array of choice available when making a new technology investment.


Tuning in to technology

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Seven reasons charities should invest in mobile web

Whilst apps are currently in vogue and seem an attractive way to target young donors, providing a mobile version of your website with compelling content and an easy-to-use donor process may be more beneficial, says Pete Stevens.

Skillshare International development worker Caragh Filose training an occupational therapy student in Tanzania. Copyright Emma Judge

Skillshare International has adopted IBM-based collaboration technology to speed up its wide area network and tackle bottlenecks resulting from different network speeds and capacities around the world.

Polly Gowers

Everyclick has launched software which will automatically donate money to charity when online shoppers buy a product, without the buyer having to pay any more themselves.

Automating reporting processes at Citizens Advice

Gareth Jones takes a look at how Citizens Advice revamped and automated its financial reporting systems.

He was just so nice - an over used word, but I can only ever see Daniel with a smile on his face. Genuine, wickedly funny, intelligent, oozing with foresight and interest.

» Daniel Phelan dies, aged 58

Hurd to protest to Apple over charity app ban

Minister for civil society Nick Hurd is to write to Apple to urge the software giant to lift its restrictions on apps containing charity donation functionality.

Attract, engage, retain: Getting the best from social media

Digital communications consultant Margaret Manning offers advice for charities looking to get into social media, including how to ensure your output is effective and how to measure its success.

Elderly person's prison cell - Image courtesy of Edmund Clark

The Prison Reform Trust has used images from documentatry photographer Edmund Clark for the design of its new website in a bid to illustrate the realities of life in prison.

Francis Maude

The government is pinning its hopes on technology being the catalyst to prompt more giving of both time and money, in its Giving Green Paper published last week.

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